Birt did not recognize the tearing of the paper as stealing, but he knew that all this was morally wrong, although he would not admit it. He would not forego his revenge it was too dear; he was too deeply injured. In the anger that possessed his every faculty, he did not appreciate its futility. There were other facts which he did NOT know.
The war would thus have practically injured the negro, for after taking from him that form of protection which slavery afforded, it would have left him an object of still harsher oppression than slavery itself an oppression that would be inspired and quickened by a spirit of vengeance. The bill was debated at full length, nearly every prominent man in the Senate taking part. Mr.
The sun, you perceive, has a little injured her complexion; but after two or three times bathing, and when you have dressed her as you think proper, she will be so changed, that she will appear infinitely more charming." Khacan was pleased with the instructions the merchant gave him, and resolved to abide by them.
She had not a doubt as to the innocence of her husband. The idea even never occurred to her that Joam Dacosta had been to blame in marrying her under a name which was not his own. She only thought of the life of happiness she had led with the noble man who had been injured so unjustly. Yes! On the morrow she would go to the gate of the prison, and never leave it until it was opened!
"You hold fast to the one, and I will do the same by the other." They rode in silence through Thursley village. Then a thought came to her mind and in an instant her anger was forgotten and she was hot on a new scent. "What would you do if I were injured, Nigel? I have heard my father say that small as you are there is no man in these parts could stand against you.
Shouts of rage were heard, several shots rang out, then all was still, and the old grenadiers dragged out five men. Three were wounded, but they had avenged themselves, for three of the soldiers were also injured." "Was Baron von Moudenfels among the prisoners?" asked Leonore quickly. "Yes," replied Schulmeister, "yes, he was among them." "Then you saw him?" "Yes, I saw him."
What the old doctor had said about Theobald's speaking ill of no man was perfectly true as regards others than himself, but he knew very well that no one had injured his reputation in a quiet way, so far as he dared to do, more than his own father. This is a very common case and a very natural one.
When the Cure came, the injured man was handed over to his care, and he arranged that in the evening Boily should be removed to his house, to await the arrival of the doctor from the next parish. This was Charley's public introduction to the people of Chaudiere, and it was his second meeting with Rosalie Evanturel. The incident brought him into immediate prominence.
His anger had at length been aroused; personal rivalry was a thing he could not tolerate at any time, and Roberts had injured his position in the town. He was resolved to give the young man such a lesson that others would be slow to follow his example. The difficulty of the problem was one of its attractions.
Graham had been injured, and he rode straight into the dark alley, followed by Bud and Kit, leaving Ben and the other boys to guard the carriage, for he did not know from what direction another attack might come. The alley was as dark as a pocket, and as Ted rode into it he well knew that he was taking his life in his hands.