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Suffice it to say that they are such as to make more emphatic the intentional resemblance between the godly as there described, and God as described in the previous one. Of both it is said 'gracious and full of compassion. Now that great truth of which I have been speaking, the divine righteousness, is like white Alpine snow, sublime, but cold, awful and repellent, when taken by itself.

Emphatic applause greeted this aspiring prophecy. But here arose the third speaker a very serious gentleman from the Far West. "If we are going," said this truly patriotic American, "to leave the historic past and present, and take our manifest destiny into the account, why restrict ourselves within the narrow limits assigned by our fellow-countryman who has just sat down?

This drew an emphatic, "No, it's not," from Job, and a firmly reiterated assertion that it was "only her gan-muver" from Dolly. "But Robin said so," cried Jack. "No, he didn't," said Job. "Yes, he did," cried Harry. "Robin said she's found 'er gan-muver," said Dolly. "I'll go an' ask him," cried Jenny, and turning round, she rushed out of the room.

Marche!" is the cry, and as the whips, wielded by dexterous hands, give out their emphatic cracks the coldness and stiffness soon wear off, and after the first mile or two the progress is very much improved as dogs and men warm up to their work. We need not dwell much longer on the journey.

A chorus of shouts interrupted him, all ecstatic, and rendered more emphatic by the stamping of feet. 'And Angela will go! added. Wilmet. 'And Papa, entreated Cherry. 'And Mamma too, if she will, said Felix. 'And Mr. Audley, pronounced Robina, echoed by Clement and Angela. 'Mr. Audley must go! 'Mr. Audley! grunted Felix. 'I want nobody but ourselves.

I wish to make an extreme statement, if so I may make an emphatic one, for there are enough champions of civilization: the minister and the school committee and every one of you will take care of that.

He addressed many passers-by, a fair proportion of whom stopped to exchange a word with him. In the latter instance, however, the exchange was scarcely equitable, as he did the talking, and his remarks, judging by his gestures of head and hand, were generally emphatic.

An eminent minister of the Gospel, about the middle of the seventeenth century, often urged upon the attention of people this emphatic injunction: 'Mind the light! 'All things that are reproved are made manifest by the light; for whatsoever doth make manifest is light. Now, if this light, or spirit of truth, 'a manifestation of which is given to every man to profit withal, should be found testifying in your consciences against injustice and oppression, regard its admonitions!

Will the Seventh join that expedition?" The answer of General Fitzgerald and Colonel Appleton was emphatic that the Seventh would march with full ranks on the shortest possible notice. Governor Black would not change his view of how the National Guard should go, and so the Seventh was never called.

He plowed through the waiting crowd, I following, to the counter, and he gave orders again, in his emphatic military way: "Chalk these. Chalk all of them." Then he took off his cap and made that beautiful bow again, and went his way.