, whereas we not infrequently have ideas or notions in which some falsity is contained, this can only be the case with such as are to some extent confused and obscure, and in this proceed from nothing (participate of negation), that is, exist in us thus confused because we are not wholly perfect.
Twenty minutes of this violent exercise almost exhausted me, but it carried us some way into the thicket; when Toby, who had been reaping the benefit of my labours by following close at my heels, proposed to become pioneer in turn, and accordingly
passed ahead with a view of affording me a respite from my exertions.
Lady Lundie, accordingly
, foregoes her intention of calling at the Craig Fernie inn, to express her sentiments and make her inquiries in person, and commits to Sir Patrick the duty of expressing her sentiments; reserving to herself the right of making her inquiries at the next convenient opportunity.
My aunt looks at the matter from her own peculiar point of view, and makes light of it accordingly
he praised the stuff he could not see, and declared that he was delighted with both colors and patterns.
Milicent saw that I wished to be quiet, and accordingly
let me alone.
set out, and walked above a mile, not regarding, and indeed scarce knowing, whither he went.
lay to, hoping that some change would take place in the atmosphere and weather.
My lady got me put under the bailiff, and I did my best, and gave satisfaction, and got promotion accordingly
, having spent three days in this journey, I came home
I went, and my husband, whose spirits were still so much sunk with the indignity (as he understood it) offered him, that he was scare yet himself, was so revived with the account that I gave him of the reception we were like to have in the ship, that he was quite another man, and new vigour and courage appeared in his very countenance.
, we bought the ship, and agreeing with the master, we paid for her, and took possession.