frank and straightforward in all her own dealings, Miss Garth shrank from plainly pursuing her doubts to this result: a want of loyalty toward her tried and valued friend seemed implied in the mere dawning of it on her mind.
The pride of states, as well as of men, naturally
disposes them to justify all their actions, and opposes their acknowledging, correcting, or repairing their errors and offenses.
That those terms which fall under the heads of 'positives' and 'privatives' are not opposed each to each as contraries, either, is plain from the following facts: Of a pair of contraries such that they have no intermediate, one or the other must needs be present in the subject in which they naturally
subsist, or of which they are predicated; for it is those, as we proved,' in the case of which this necessity obtains, that have no intermediate.
the Romans accepted it, as they did everything of the kind that was, or might be, useful.
There is in man's nature, a secret inclination and motion, towards love of others, which if it be not spent upon some one or a few, doth naturally
spread itself towards many, and maketh men become humane and charitable; as it is seen sometime in friars.
but the society of many families, which was first instituted for their lasting, mutual advantage, is called a village, and a village is most naturally
composed of the descendants of one family, whom some persons call homogalaktes, the children and the children's children thereof: for which reason cities were originally governed by kings, as the barbarian states now are, which are composed of those who had before submitted to kingly government; for every family is governed by the elder, as are the branches thereof, on account of their relationship thereunto, which is what Homer says, "Each one ruled his wife and child;" and in this scattered manner they formerly lived.
seemed to Napoleon that the war was caused by England's intrigues (as in fact he said on the island of St.
When my uncles changed their minds in regard to colonizing their families at the mills, as they did in about a year, it became necessary for my father to look about for some new employment, and he naturally
looked in the old direction.
Being well aware of my own defects, I naturally
She is naturally
in great grief about him,' Agnes proceeded.
great mimics of men's actions, they showed themselves most apt pupils, and when arrayed in their rich clothes and masks, they danced as well as any of the courtiers.
I brought such a pressure to bear on him that he naturally
had to yield - he couldn't hold out.
With this dread in him, it would naturally
occur to his mind that Mrs.
But then of course one would have to be naturally
good and I'll never be that, so I suppose there's no use in thinking about it.
We can imagine, therefore, that among such folk a settler, of Aeolic origin like Hesiod, who clearly was well acquainted with the Ionian epos, would naturally
see that the only outlet for his gifts lay in applying epic poetry to new themes acceptable to his hearers.