My dear Atterley, he continued, with emotion, 'you little know the strength of woman's love!" Other topics of interest are also discussed with the like ingenuity. After this episode, it is time for us to return to our travellers, whose feelings, the moment they touched the ground, repayed them for all they had endured.
They are thereby more led to temperance, to improve themselves by study, to mind their duty and how best to promote the service of their country. Altho' I sometimes lost money in the Recruiting service I repayed it by stoppages from my pay, was always present with the men whether in camp or in Garrison and punctually attending on my Duty.
Some account of Morosofia, and its chief city Alamatua Singular dresses of the Lunar ladies Religious self denial Glouglim miser and spendthrift. My feelings, at the moment I touched the ground, repayed me for all I had endured. I looked around with the most intense curiosity; but nothing that I saw, surprised me so much as to find so little that was surprising.
But he looked in vain; till, wandering through the forest where the Brownies took him captive, he stopped beside the quiet lake. As he stood here he heard a sound of pain, and, looking in the tall grass at his side, he saw the dragon-fly whose kindness he once repayed by pain and sorrow, and who now lay suffering and alone. Thistle bent tenderly beside him, saying, "Dear Flutter, do not fear me.
I will leave thee to hopeless regret; to wiles that have been scorned and defeated; to the unheeded petulance of dotage; to the fondness that is repayed with neglect; to restless wishes, to credulous hopes, and to derided command: to the slow and complicated torture of despised old age; and that, when thou shalt long have abhorred thy being, shall destroy it. 'The misery, said OMAR, 'which thou hast menaced, it is not in thy power to inflict.
Poverty and shame shall be to him that refuseth instruction: but he that regardeth reproof shall be honoured. The desire accomplished is sweet to the soul: but it is abomination to fools to depart from evil. He that walketh with wise men shall be wise: but a companion of fools shall be destroyed. Evil pursueth sinners: but to the righteous good shall be repayed.
Asmund and Thorsteinn gained great glory by this case. The men rode home from the Thing. There were some who said that Thorgils had not taken much trouble in the case, but he paid little attention and let them say what they pleased. When Thorgeir heard that he was banished, he said that if he had his way, those who had brought it about should be repayed in full before it was over.
They sell vnto the people many scrolles of paper, by the helpe whereof the common people thinketh it selfe warranted from all power of the deuils. They borrow likewise money to be repayed with great vsury in an other worlde, giuing by obligation vnto the lender an assurance thereof, the which departing out of his life he may carry with him to hell.