But what I want to know is, how it happens that all the Roman Catholics in the United Kingdom are your enemies. Was such a thing ever heard of before? Here are six or seven millions of people of all professions, of all trades, of all grades of rank, fortune, intellect, education.

In Arabia this would be the case; but at Zanzibar it more generally happens that the slave is willed to his successor.

Think, Valmai, only a year, and I shall come and claim you for my own! Confess, dearest, that it is a little solace that we are united before we are parted, that, whatever happens, you are my wife and I am your husband." "Yes, indeed; indeed, it is my only solace, and I am going to be brave and hopeful.

"Woe unto you when all men speak well of you!" quoted the Duchess sententiously. "It only happens when the turf is in our teeth," said the Count, "and then De mortuis is a motto our dear friends use more as an excuse than as a moral." "I do not like our Chamberlain, monsieur; I may frankly tell you so.

Art happens no hovel is safe from it, no Prince may depend upon it, the vastest intelligence can not bring it about, and puny efforts to make it universal end in quaint comedy, and coarse farce. The "Ten-o'Clock" Lecture

But one who is really tired of living will not listen to the voices, and walks on to the temple. And what there happens no man knows, for they who enter that temple never return to their friends. 'That is why people call loudly into the ear of one who swoons.

I come out strong in singing that couplet, for I like it. In a human sense, that is just what happens when I chat with Will for an hour. When I ask him for bread, he never gives me a stone. On the contrary, he gives me good, white bread, and a bit of cake, besides.

"It happens that I expect visitors," said Levin, his strong fingers more and more rapidly breaking off the ends of the split stick. "And I'm not expecting visitors, and nothing has happened, but I beg you to go away. You can explain my rudeness as you like." Vassenka drew himself up. "I beg you to explain..." he said with dignity, understanding at last.

A quarter of an hour daily devoted to this treatment will effect a remarkable improvement, even when the patient happens to think there is no room for improvement. Grammar, I suppose, is taught in girls' schools on approved modern principles; nevertheless few women seem to have any acquaintance with it.

He persists in pouring the mud and water down his throat, until he is gradually stifled, suffocated suffocated in the name of humanity suffocated in the name of religion. It happens, sometimes, in cases of sudden and violent attacks of disease, that they cannot be conveyed to the river before death.