You must speak out, not what you don't think, but what you do think, if you do think it." "Here's a doctrine!" thought Charles; "why it's putting the controversy into a nutshell." Bateman interposed. "My dear Campbell," he said, "you are behind the day. We have given up all that abuse against Rome."
A prolonged, though unavailing, search was made through all the buildings and the adjacent forest that morning. While it was in progress the major appeared greatly chagrined at the turn of events; but his outward demeanor concealed an inward satisfaction that he had not been obliged to abuse the laws of hospitality, by treating his guests as prisoners. As for Mrs.
The suffragists at once took the argument in the poem as personal to themselves, and now Kipling got the full benefit of their vitriolic abuse. Bok sent a handful of these criticisms to Kipling, who was very gleeful about them. "I owe you a good laugh over the clippings," he wrote. "They were delightful. But what a quantity of spare time some people in this world have to burn!"
The slave-hunters had replied with a well-known form of abuse in that country, and had immediately fired a volley into the blacksmith and the eight men of their own people! The patience and forbearance that I was obliged to assume were far more trying to my feelings than the march from Masindi.
Du Bruel, Claparon, Desroches, and the Abbe Loraux carefully observed the returned exile, whose manners and coarse features, and voice roughened by the abuse of liquors, together with his vulgar glance and phraseology, alarmed them not a little. While Joseph was placing the card-tables, the more intimate of the family friends surrounded Agathe and asked, "What do you intend to make of Philippe?"
The others stood trying not to smile, and the bailiff was almost boiling over. "If you're so bent upon being first, be it by all means," he said quietly. "I can very well drive behind you." "No, my horses come after the head man's, not after the tail-puller's," said Erik. This was really a term of abuse in the way in which they used it, one after the other, with covert glances.
I blame the system, not the men. There were and are landlords in Ireland too noble to abuse their power, of which class the Earl of Belmore is an illustrious example; but these men are noble in spite of the system which afforded every facility for the enormities of Lord Leitrim.
Hence his abuse of General Washington, whom at the time he was soliciting a place he panegyrized up to the third heaven." Bache to answer the same nefarious purpose with the latter," and Washington added that "immense pains has been taken by this said Mr. In addition Bache wrote a pamphlet, with the avowal that "the design of these remarks is to prove the want of claim in Mr.
All this abuse, and much more besides, the angry bishop poured out in the hearing of the knights who were riding on either side of the king. "He fares well with the king since he is a priest," commented a Gascon; "had he been a knight he would leave behind him two hides of land!" Some one else, thinking to please the king, abused the bishop roundly.
The fishermen would not sell them fish; and the boys in the street were taught to fly from them with horror, or to pursue them with hootings and scurrilous abuse. The principal charges against them were, that the children of two families were many times seized with fits, in which they exclaimed that they saw Amy Duny and Rose Cullender coming to torment them.