Descending from these general principles, we find the proposition that in legal contemplation the Union is perpetual
confirmed by the history of the Union itself.
discoverer of the antipodes, torch of the world, eye of heaven, sweet stimulator of the water-coolers
This exclusion, whether temporary or perpetual
, would have nearly the same effects, and these effects would be for the most part rather pernicious than salutary.
I must be sentenced to perpetual
imprisonment; but if the Truth intended that I should emerge from prison and evangelize the world, the Truth might be trusted to bring that result to pass.
But that is not all, that is not his worst defect; his worst defect is his perpetual
moral obliquity, perpetual
--from the days of the Flood to the Schleswig-Holstein period.
THE TEMPERATURE of the regions west of the Rocky Mountains is much milder than in the same latitudes on the Atlantic side; the upper plains, however, which lie at a distance from the sea-coast, are subject in winter to considerable vicissitude; being traversed by lofty "sierras," crowned with perpetual
snow, which often produce flaws and streaks of intense cold This was experienced by Captain Bonneville and his companions in their progress westward.
His thick black moustaches, curled every morning with hot tongs by the barber at the corner of the quay, seemed to hide a perpetual
The mineral waters of Arva Wai* ooze forth from the crevices of a rock, and gliding down its mossy side, fall at last, in many clustering drops, into a natural basin of stone fringed round with grass and dewy-looking little violet-coloured flowers, as fresh and beautiful as the perpetual
moisture they enjoy can make them.
As to temper the Jubjub's a desperate bird, Since it lives in perpetual
passion: Its taste in costume is entirely absurd-- It is ages ahead of the fashion:
But he picked up amazingly little for a knowing Venetian: it must be added that where there is a perpetual
fast there are very few crumbs on the floor.
It is a strange thing, to note the excess of this passion, and how it braves the nature, and value of things, by this; that the speaking in a perpetual
hyperbole, is comely in nothing but in love.
Let the reader picture to himself, crowning a limestone hillock, an oblong mass of masonry fifteen feet in height, thirty wide, forty long, with a gate, an external railing and a platform; on this platform sixteen enormous pillars of rough hewn stone, thirty feet in height, arranged in a colonnade round three of the four sides of the mass which support them, bound together at their summits by heavy beams, whence hung chains at intervals; on all these chains, skeletons; in the vicinity, on the plain, a stone cross and two gibbets of secondary importance, which seemed to have sprung up as shoots around the central gallows; above all this, in the sky, a perpetual
flock of crows; that was Montfauçon.
Yes, I have heard of his scheme for perpetual
peace, and it is very interesting but hardly feasible.
Loving his country better than he did his disciple, the master had, by the Perpetual
Edict, extinguished the hope which the young Prince might have entertained of one day becoming Stadtholder.
There have been eccentric inventors, starving their families while they sought such chimeras as perpetual