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|Proverb, Yiddish When people complain of life, it is almost always because they |
have asked impossible things of it. - Renan, Ernest He cannot complain of a hard
sentence, who is made master of his own fate. - Schiller, Johann Friedrich Von ...
|Thy life is forfeited; I might dispatch thee ; And see, I mercifully place thy fate In |
thine own able, practised hand. He cannot Complain of his hard sentence, who is
made The master of his destiny. Thou vauntest Thy certain eye. Well, then, now is
|of London, sent word to the Mayor that he had try'd the Murderer, and had |
condemn'd him to suffer Death, and that the ... into England with his Embassador
; or else to send him back to the Embassador, that he might himself cause his
Sentence to be ... oblig'd to protect his Domesticks, because they cannot be injur'
d, but his own Person must be injur'd at the same time. ... French Captain, this last
obtain'd no other Reparation , upon the Complaints he made to the Embassador,
but this ...
|Nor was Ney insensiblo of the uncommon merits of his new master: he spoke of |
him always as the first of leaders and the ... She had seen her father thrown into a
dungeon, and her mother, condemned to captivity h the same sentence, elude it
at ... Josephine therefore gave Ney a letter of introduction, enclosed in the
following note, as gmteful to his own feelings as it ... His letter to the Directory
cannot but be, even now, read with lively interest :" Numerous complaints have
been made ...
|23 Wbtn he is about to fill his belly d , God e shall cast the fury of his wrath/ upon |
him, and shall rain it Upon him g ... and quality of them, that they shall come upon
him like rain ; i. e. with great vehemency, and- so as he cannot prevent or a- void
... to meet with Jof>,wlto,fho' he had made some colourable excuses for his
actions, yet was manifestly guilty of hard and .... Or rather 2. this, Do I only
complain,, or have I reason to complain only of you, and your unmerciful carriage
to me ; or of ...
|Every man in my prison has to do more than to obey our rules himself: He has to |
help us make others obey them. ... I'm warden here, and can make you do time
hard or harder — just as much harder as I choose. ... There's no crook who ever
wore stripes whose phony principle I can't break — with punishment. ...
companionship, and though, as the great gates clanged shut behind him, she
had smiled bravely, the anguish in his own heart was, his love told him, no less
than that in hers.
|Oct. 26, 1868. did it; but I cannot, from my own personal knowledge say that all do |
it. 15630. Are you aware that the great majority of the Inspectors of the National
Board in their reports complain from year to year of ... Instruction means in my
mind elemental learning, and it is very hard not to mix up education with
instruction, yet there ... can make whatever selection he likes, provided he
respects his own duty to God, and his duty to his own conscience, and to the
conscience of the child.
|est with which we are intrusted : but it cannot imply, that they who have received |
much will ordinarily pass their ... opportunities of service, seem to forget that they
have a Master in heaven to serve, or any future reckoning to expect; and many ...
with as such by their Master ; for he that is Snouia slothful in his work, and
neglects the good that God has commanded, ... to be a hard Master, and
therefore durst not trade with the money thyself, for fear of losing by it, and being
made to stand to ...
|Indeed, being a remarkably tall athletic young fellow, among the beauties of his |
own complexion be found but few ... Every handsome negress who had the
slightest cause of complaint against her master, took the first opportunity of|
eloping ... To reach him was impossible for his enemy ; but still his destruction
was hard at hand ; for Plato began to hack the ... their concealment who bound
his arms, and conveyed him to Montego Bay, where he was immediately
sentenced to execution.
|But, if I am not very much mistaken, she was sged— tl have not finished the |
sentence — she was aged about . In short, gentle reader, Miss Polly Nipkins was
a maiden lady, who could not rationally look to the future for her ihirtieth birthday.
... as are single against their own inclinations ; since it were the height of injustice
to make necessity a matter of reproach. ... His investigations were pursued with
as much delicacy and skill as he was master of — the result was most unpro-
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