Another stroke of palsy soon rendered Sir Sampson unconscious even to the charms of Grizzy's conversation.S. Ferrier. Being oblivious to the ill feeling it would be certain to engender.Cheltenham Examiner. To me it is incredible that the British people, who own one-half of the world's sea-going ships, should be so oblivious to the manner in which...Times.
My experience caused me to make quite different conclusions to those of the Coroner for Westminster.Times.
We must feel charitably towards those who think differently to ourselves.Daily Telegraph. Why should these profits be employed differently to the profits made by capitalists at home?Lord Goschen. Ah, how different were my feelings as I sat proudly there on the box to those I had the last time I mounted that coach!Thackeray. What is the great difference of the one to the other?Daily Telegraph.
The Queen and the cabinet, however, were entirely averse to meddling with the council.Morley. Perhaps he is not averse from seeing democrats on this, as on railway rates, range themselves with him.Times. In all democratic circles aversion from the Empire of the Tsar may be intensified by the events of the last few days.Times. To no kind of begging are people so averse as to begging pardon.Guesses at Truth. This averseness in the dissenting churches from all that looks like absolute government.Burke. I deeply regret the aversion to 'conscience clauses'.Gladstone. But she had no sort of aversion for either Puritan or Papist.J. R. Green.
A general proposition, which applies just as much to those who disagree from me as to those who agree with me.Lord Rosebery. There were politicians in this country who had been very adverse from the Suez Canal scheme altogether.F. Greenwood.
I derive an unholy pleasure in noting.Guernsey Evening Press. We must content ourselves for the moment by observing that from the juridical standpoint the question is a doubtful one.Times. The petition which now reaches us from Bloemfontein ... contents itself by begging that the isolation laws may be carried out nearer to the homes of the patients.Times.
'Doing one's duty' generally consists of being moral, kind and charitable.Daily Telegraph. The external world which is dealt with by natural science consisted, according to Berkeley, in ideas. According to Mr. Mill it consists of sensations and permanent possibilities of sensation.Balfour.
A scholar endowed by [with] an ample knowledge and persuasive eloquence to cite and instance.Meredith. I say to you plainly there is no end to [at] which your practical faculty can aim...Emerson. He urged that it was an undesirable thing to be always tinkering with this particular trade.Times.
You may hunt the alien from his overcrowded tenement, you may forbid him, if you like, from toiling ten hours a day for a wage of a few shillings.Times.
His readiness, not only at catching a point, but at making the most of it on a moment's notice, was amazing.Bryce.
Nataly had her sense of safety in acquiescing to such a voice.Meredith.
There can be no fault found to her manners or sentiments.Scott.
The Diet should leave to the Tsar the initiative of taking such measures as may be necessary.Times. M. Delcassé took the initiative of turning the conversation to Moroccan affairs.Times.
Those, who are urging with most ardour what are called the greatest benefits of mankind.Emerson.
A power to marshal and adjust particulars, which can only come from an insight of [into] their whole connection.Emerson. From its driving energy, its personal weight, its invincible oblivion to [of] certain things, there sprang up in Redwood's mind the most grotesque and strange of images.H. G. Wells.
As to Mr. Lovelace's approbation of your assumption-scheme, I wonder not at.Richardson. A something of which the sense can in no way assist the mind to form a conception of.Daily Telegraph. The Congress could occupy itself with no more important question than with this.Huxley.
The Lady Henrietta ... wrote him regularly through his bankers, and once in a while he wrote her.Baroness Von Hutten.
God is only God inasmuch as he is the Moral Governor of the world.Sir W. Hamilton.
With the idea of endeavouring to ascertain as to this, I invited...Times. Confronted with the simple question as to in what way other people's sisters, wives and daughters differ from theirs...Daily Telegraph. It is not quite clear as to what happened.Westminster Gazette. Doubt is expressed as to whether the fall of Port Arthur will materially affect the situation.Times. I feel tempted to narrate one that occurred to me, leaving it to your judgment as to whether it is worthy of notice in your paper.Spectator. I was entirely indifferent as to the results of the game, caring nothing at all as to whether I had losses or gains.Corelli.
German anticipations with regard to the future are apparently based upon the question as to how far the Sultan will...Times. But you are dying to know what brings me here, and even if you find nothing new in it you will perhaps think it makes some difference as to who says a thing.Greenwood.
...Although it is open to doubt as to what extent individual saving through more than one provident institution prevails.Westminster Gazette.
A Resolution was moved and carried in favour of giving facilities to the public vaccination officers of the Metropolis to enter the schools of the Board for the purpose of examining the arms of the children with a view to advising the parents to allow their children to be vaccinated.Spectator. The Sultan ... will seek to obtain money by contracting loans with private firms in view of beginning for himself the preliminary reforms.Times. If Germany has anything to propose in view of the safeguarding of her own interests, it will certainly meet with that courteous consideration which is traditional in French diplomacy.Times. Its execution is being carefully prepared with a view of avoiding any collision with the natives.Times. My company has been approached by several firms with a view of overcoming the difficulty.Times.
The question of the Capitulations and of the Mixed Tribunals is not in any way essentially British, save in so far as the position of Great Britain in Egypt makes her primarily responsible.Times.
Previous to 1895, when a separate constitution existed for the Bombay and Madras armies, possibly a military department and a military member were necessary in order to focus at the seat of government the general military situation in India, but in the judgment of many officers well qualified to form an opinion, no such department under present conditions is really requisite, in so far as the action of the Commander-in-Chief is thwarted in cases where he should be the best judge of what is necessary.Times.
The officials have done their utmost to enforce neutrality, and have in so far succeeded as the Baltic fleet keeps outside the three-mile limit.Times.
The previous appeal made by M. Delcassé was so far successful as the Tsar himself sent orders to Admiral Rozhdestvensky to comply with the injunctions of the French colonial authorities.Times.
They are exceptional in character, in so far as they do not appear to be modifications of the epidermis.Huxley.
This influence was so far indirect in that it was greatly furthered by Le Sage, who borrowed the form of his Spanish contemporaries.Times.
He seemed quickly to give up first-hand observation and to be content to reproduce and re-reproduce his early impressions, always trusting to his own invention, and the reading public's inveterate preference for symmetry and satisfaction, to pull him through. They have pulled him through in so far as they have made his name popular; but an artist and a realistpossibly even a humouristhave been lost.Times.
A man can get help from above to do what as far as human possibility has proved out of his power.Daily Telegraph.
The large majority would reply in the affirmative, in so far as to admit that there is a God.Daily Telegraph.