no more emotion in his satire than if he were turning witty verses on a waxen image of Cupid or a ladys glove. . His equivocation now turns venomously upon him with the full-grown fang of a discovered lie. . Her pictures of fashionable society are often curious studies, considered as efforts of the Evangelical imagination; but in one particular the novels of the White Neck-cloth School are meritoriously realistictheir favorite hero, the Evangelical young curate, is always rather an insipid personage. Imbecility that is not even meek, ceases to be pitiable, and becomes simply odious. His own doubts apparently were of a different kind. . A Hercules with a big besom is a fine thing for a filthy stable, but not for weeding a seed-bed, where his besom would soon make a barren floor. Yes, if she could only have found that out before instead of after her own marriage! It is reckoned among the many deficiencies of Lorenzo.
Cumming suppose, as we shall presently find him supposing, that men of science hesitate to accept the Bible, because it appears to contradict their discoveries? . Bulstrode felt at times that his action was unrighteous, but how could he go back? . On these and the like considerations, it is by no means an eligible office to be seeking out for a curate for him, as he has several times wished me to do; and would, if he knew that I am now writing to you, wish. The perpetual recurrence of the pause at the end of the line throughout long passages makes them as fatiguing to the ear as a monotonous chant, which consists of the endless repetition of one short musical phrase. . But, as we have said, all persons who once figured here below were not found by Swedenborg in such a state of fossil immutability: many had considerably developed their character, both for good and evil, in the other world; and this gave rise to some.
Because it is with men as with trees: if you lop off their finest branches into which they were pouring their young life-juice, the wounds will be healed over with some rough boss, some odd excrescence, and what might have been a grand tree, expanding. Always refined and graceful, often witty, sometimes judicious, they wrote what they saw, thought, and felt in their habitual language, without proposing any model to themselves, without any intention to prove that women could write as well as men, without affecting manly views or suppressing. Jones, his curateletters preserved in the British Museum, and happily made accessible to common mortals in Nicholss Anecdotes. . In fact, it is a wonderful pot pourri of Almacks, Scotch second-sight,. The matrimonial motives are.