Thus BEELZEBUB Pleaded his devilish Counsel, first devis'd By SATAN, and in part propos'd: for whence, But from the Author of all ill could Spring So deep
a malice, to confound the race Of mankind in one root, and Earth with Hell To mingle and involve, done all to spite The great Creatour?
Accordingly, in a couple of days, the Indians employed by that gentleman constructed for them a canoe twenty feet long, four feet wide, and eighteen inches deep
His spirit recoiled, however, in the very act, and Georgiana, out of the midst of her deep
sleep, moved uneasily and murmured as if in remonstrance.
There seemed a deep
sense of life and joy about all; and although no airs blew from out the heavens, yet every thing had motion through the gentle sweepings to and fro of innumerable butterflies, that might have been mistaken for tulips with wings.
Then the frog put his head down, and dived deep
under the water; and after a little while he came up again, with the ball in his mouth, and threw it on the edge of the spring.
Cautiously he approached the thing, ready to flee precipitately should it speak in its deep
roaring tones, as he had heard it speak before, the last words to those of his kind who, through ignorance or rashness, had attacked the wonderful white ape that had borne it.
he said, and, smiling happily to himself like a child, he fell into a deep
, youthful slumber.
It is as if we are swimmers," she said, "rising out of a deep
pool of green tranquillity.
Swiftly they traversed their long course, and neither the sea nor river-waters nor grassy glens nor mountain- peaks checked the career of the immortal horses, but they clave the deep
air above them as they went.
These either extend in straight lines in front of the shores of a continent or of a large island, or they encircle smaller islands; in both cases, being separated from the land by a broad and rather deep
channel of water, analogous to the lagoon within an atoll.
It is a clear and deep
green well, half a mile long and a mile and three quarters in circumference, and contains about sixty-one and a half acres; a perennial spring in the midst of pine and oak woods, without any visible inlet or outlet except by the clouds and evaporation.
However, I didn't feel as if I were in deep
water at first.
At the same moment the bell sounded deep
in the wood, so clear and solemnly that five or six determined to penetrate somewhat further.
He tried to run away, but hardly had he taken a step, when he felt his arms grasped and heard two horrible, deep
voices say to him: "Your money or your life
If Mr Haredale wins, depend upon it, it'll be a deep
one; or if he loses, it will perhaps be deeper still, for he'll never give in unless he's beaten down.