I can sigh over my mournful confession with the tenderest woman who reads it and pities me.
The explanation has been written already in the three words that were many enough, and plain enough, for my confession.
As stated in his confession
, he worked every detail out theoretically during his imprisonment, and was able, on his release, immediately to embark on his career of vengeance.
In his confession
he states explicitly that he was informed that the bomb was to be a feeble thing and that no lives would be lost.
Supposing her confession
to have been made, or supposing the woman whom she had personated to have discovered the means of exposing the fraud, what advantage, she now asked herself, would Miss Roseberry derive from Mercy Merrick's disgrace?
No conscious confession
, Agnes--and therefore no confession
that I need distress you by repeating.
Mr Allworthy then declared that the evidence of such a slut as she appeared to be would have deserved no credit; but he said he could not help thinking that, had she been present, and would have declared the truth, she must have confirmed what so many circumstances, together with his own confession
, and the declaration of his wife that she had caught her husband in the fact, did sufficiently prove.
In the confused uproar he made out several times the name of Peter Ivanovitch, the word "judgement," and the phrase, "But this is a confession
," uttered by somebody in a desperate shriek.
amiable Possessor of HER Heart whose hand is destined to another, why do you thus delay a confession
of your attachment to the amiable Object of it?
He did not suppose that confession
would bring him happiness.
They were a long while trying to discover why the accused man should tell a lie about this, when about everything else he had made a truthful and straightforward confession
There was no need for the old gentleman to make his little confession