And here I may say that I have never to this day understood objections which were afterwards raised against my early
attachment to print.
How, then, can we explain these several facts in embryology,--namely the very general, but not universal difference in structure between the embryo and the adult;--of parts in the same individual embryo, which ultimately become very unlike and serve for diverse purposes, being at this early period of growth alike;--of embryos of different species within the same class, generally, but not universally, resembling each other;--of the structure of the embryo not being closely related to its conditions of existence, except when the embryo becomes at any period of life active and has to provide for itself;--of the embryo apparently having sometimes a higher organisation than the mature animal, into which it is developed.
It is commonly assumed, perhaps from monstrosities often affecting the embryo at a very early period, that slight variations necessarily appear at an equally early period.
But little good did it do this much-mixed young man to know that half of him was late American and the other half early Teuton.
The early evenings he spent socially, but, as the hour grew to nine or ten, an irresistible restlessness overcame him and he disappeared from the haunts of men until the next afternoon.
But paler and paler grew Martha by his side, till, like a corpse in its burial clothes, she sank down at the feet of her early
lover; for, after many trials firmly borne, her heart could endure the weight of its desolate agony no longer.
It was the fur trade, in fact, which gave early sustenance and vitality to the great Canadian provinces.
He began, at an early age, as a clerk, and served an apprenticeship of seven years, for which he received one hundred pounds sterling, was maintained at the expense of the company, and furnished with suitable clothing and equipments.
"I'm none too early. I shall have to walk fast," she answered, looking down at Philip's club-foot.
She looked at him suspiciously, but in a moment could not resist the temptation to impress him with the splendour of her early days.
-- Early in the morning a light air carried us towards the entrance of Port Jackson.
The power which the government possesses, by means of forced labour, of at once opening good roads throughout the country, has been, I believe, one main cause of the early prosperity of this colony.
This is partly because the amount of thoroughly great literature which they produced is small, and partly because for present-day readers it is in effect a foreign literature, written in early forms of English or in foreign languages, so that to-day it is intelligible only through special study or in translation.
But early in the fifth century the Romans, hard-pressed even in Italy by other barbarian invaders, withdrew all their troops and completely abandoned Britain.
dawn they scrutinized the surrounding plain, to discover whether any enemies had been lurking about during the night; not a foot-print, however, was to be discovered in the coarse gravel with which the plain was covered.