But superfluous wrong was committed as well as necessary wrong, for who can stop midway in the commission of evil? What chief could be responsible for the crowd of officers and soldiers who were scattered through the country in order to collect its resources? To whom were complaints to be addressed? Who was to punish?
I have heard the facts, and I find it difficult to believe that so great a wrong could be attempted against a woman, and if the name of Cynthia Wetherell had meant no more to me than the letters in it I should have travelled twice as far as Brampton, old as I am, to do my utmost to right that wrong. I give you my word of honor that I have never been so indignant in my life.
The meeting to petition for the repeal of the Union will be permitted. Hardinge is quite himself on horseback. The only fear is that he should be too lively. Peel seems to think he is; but it is a great comfort to have him there instead of Lord Francis Leveson, who was always wrong.
"Ah," he thought, "how often and often, when he was a boy, I said things to him, and in his hearing, which must have done him harm. I might have led him right, and I led him wrong. Truly my brother's blood crieth unto me from the ground." The Miller of Hillbrook had a tough spirit and a hard heart, like many other people in the world.
I knew there was something wrong about you that is to say, I mean, I thought there was; I mean I knew he wasn't what he seemed you were not. And Peyrot fooled us, and I didn't want to be fooled again." "Then I am a good master?" he demanded truculently, advancing upon me. I put up my hands to my ears. "The best, monsieur. And monsieur wrestled well, too."
'T is not only that she jeered at me with cruel smiles, and affronted a preacher of the Word by so ribald a covering; she did as clearly reveal the hideous sin of her heart unto that sweet lady we have in our keeping." "Madame de Noyan?" I cried in awakened interest. "Mean you this woman dared do wrong by her?"
Time has long since demonstrated that, in his opposition to Hamilton's financial measures, he was clearly wrong. The truth seems to be, that in this branch of politics, Jefferson was without knowledge or practical skill.
"Tiens tiens! I did him wrong," murmured Cigarette. "That is what they are the children of France even when they are at their worst, like that devil, Zackrist. Who dare say they are not the heroes of the world?"
Listen, for instance, to the despairing cry of John Randolph of Roanoke: "All wrong," said he of one of Marshall's opinions, "all wrong, but no man in the United States can tell why or wherein." Marshall found his first opportunity to elaborate the tenets of his nationalistic creed in the case of M'Culloch vs.
Then where's the sacredness? If it's right to kill a vicious dog or a poisonous snake, how is it so wrong to out a man that won't behave himself?" Insensibly this consideration had the greatest possible effect on his conduct.