While Ernest had been growing up and growing old, a bountiful Providence
had granted a new poet to this earth.
Their own view may be bounded by country, creed, profession, the diversities of individual character--but above them all is the breadth of Providence.
Here are members of the learned professions, whom Providence endowed with special gifts for the plough, the forge, and the wheelbarrow, or for the routine of unintellectual business.
Providence has willed that you should be persecuted; this persecution to-day consecrates you king of France.
I was going to say, that the designs of Providence do not stop on such a fair road.
It still offers me more than my enemies suppose," said the Emperor growing more and more animated; "but should it ever be ordained by Divine Providence
," he continued, raising to heaven his fine eyes shining with emotion, "that my dynasty should cease to reign on the throne of my ancestors, then after exhausting all the means at my command, I shall let my beard grow to here" (he pointed halfway down his chest) "and go and eat potatoes with the meanest of my peasants, rather than sign the disgrace of my country and of my beloved people whose sacrifices I know how to appreciate.
She says, says she, `Well, Providence sends seasons of humiliation to a country, same as to individuals.
mebbe Providence thinks Canada needs a real long spell of humiliation.
has created the stars and the planets, man has called the cannon-ball into existence.
Not only is it making a fool of the boy, but it is despising the gifts of Providence
, and teaching him to trample them under his feet.
Let me beseech you, sir, if you have any compassion either for me or yourself, do not despise the goodness of Providence
, but let us go directly to yon light.
is over my fate, that I have to be without foresight.
Why, in a city of all-night restaurants, these parties ever break up one cannot say, but a merciful Providence
sees to it that they do, and just as Lord Dawlish was contemplating an eternity of the company of Nutty and his two companions, the end came.
I had hitherto acted upon no religious foundation at all; indeed, I had very few notions of religion in my head, nor had entertained any sense of anything that had befallen me otherwise than as chance, or, as we lightly say, what pleases God, without so much as inquiring into the end of Providence
in these things, or His order in governing events for the world.
As a so eminently respectable man, Mr Podsnap was sensible of its being required of him to take Providence
under his protection.