But you, Sir Knight, what is yours, when you appeal
without scruple to that which you deem most holy, even while you are about to transgress the most solemn of your vows as a knight, and as a man of religion?
Justice through them may be administered with ease and despatch; and appeals
may be safely circumscribed within a narrow compass.
she uttered it in such a tone of plaintive appeal
that the tears came into some of the hardest eyes.
Happily for the success of this undertaking, the regents were not accustomed to resist these appeals
to their generosity, whenever there was the smallest prospect of a donation to second the request.
And he went on with his work in spite of the reiterated appeals
of the bell.
A bulky, blue-chinned man in white clothes, his name red-lettered across his lower shirtfront, spluttering from under a green-lined umbrella almost tearful appeals
to be introduced to the Unintroducible; naming loudly the Unnameable; dancing, as it seemed, in perverse joy at mere mention of the Unmentionable--found those limits.
Disko had no use for public functions where appeals
were made for charity, but Harvey pleaded that the glory of the day would be lost, so far as he was concerned, if the "We're Heres" absented themselves.
I never took any notice of those pathetic appeals
There was a whole column devoted to appeals
after missing relatives.
The earnest appeals
which Ginevra made to the Duc de Feltre, then minister of war, had been crowned with complete success.
Had this lady who appeals
to us for help gone to live in Winchester, I should never have had a fear for her.
to the world-famed hospitality of Athens and hints at the blessings that his coming will confer on the State.