Harriet may not consider
every body tiresome that you would.
you, and I am not ticklesome," said Jane tenderly.
Now if you will consider
what was the nature of the government of Darius, you will find it similar to the kingdom of the Turk, and therefore it was only necessary for Alexander, first to overthrow him in the field, and then to take the country from him.
Over this she folds, with great care, a drapery of scarlet and bright-colored calicoes, and now considers
the caparison of her steed complete.
To me half a million of dollars seems a great deal of money, and I know my father considers
himself poor--poor, at least, for one of his station.
Nature, he knows, has a language of her own, which she uses with strict veracity, and he considers
himself an adept in the language.
the mode of assorting the cards in each hand; often counting trump by trump, and honor by honor, through the glances bestowed by their holders upon each.
this as the happiest moment of his life, he is past seventy, and has been decaying rapidly for some time; he received some injury in chasing that unlucky deer, too, on the lake, Oh
He is not a shining character, but he has a thousand good qualities; and is so disposed to look up to you, that I am quite laughed at about it, for everybody considers
it as my doing.
It appears that the heart already wounded so many times suffers from the least scratch; it appears that it considers
as a good the momentary absence of evil, which is nothing but the absence of pain; and that God, into the most terrible misfortunes, has thrown hope as the drop of water which the rich bad man in hell entreated of Lazarus.
Astor, wherein he pours forth the bitterness of his soul, and his seamanlike impatience of what he considers
the "lubberly" character and conduct of those around him, are before us, and are amusingly characteristic.
He learned to wash himself with the Levitical scrupulosity of the native-born, who in his heart considers
the Englishman rather dirty.
He has so often guided pilgrims over the road on foot that he considers
it a sin to travel in any other fashion.
I should like to know his present opinion, as to the probability of the event he has been in dread of; whether he considers
the danger to be lessening or not.
Vernon, who, accustomed herself to the enjoyment of riches, considers
fortune as necessary everywhere, and whose sensibilities are not of a nature to comprehend ours.