The bordering States, if any, will be those who, under the impulse of sudden irritation, and a quick sense of apparent interest or injury, will be most likely, by direct
violence, to excite war with these nations; and nothing can so effectually obviate that danger as a national government, whose wisdom and prudence will not be diminished by the passions which actuate the parties immediately interested.
and the indirect lead on to each other in turn.
Then it is that they take active part and with drawn swords direct their own players from the position of Chief.
Nor is this strange in a race whose religion includes ancestor worship, and where families trace their origin back into remote ages and a jeddak sits upon the same throne that his direct progenitors have occupied for, perhaps, hundreds of thousands of years, and rules the descendants of the same people that his forebears ruled.
The holy man, who had often urged the same point before, but had never met with so direct
a repulse, walked some little distance behind, with his eyes bent upon the earth, and his lips moving AS IF in prayer.
Nevertheless, as our varieties certainly do occasionally revert in some of their characters to ancestral forms, it seems to me not improbable, that if we could succeed in naturalising, or were to cultivate, during many generations, the several races, for instance, of the cabbage, in very poor soil (in which case, however, some effect would have to be attributed to the direct
action of the poor soil), that they would to a large extent, or even wholly, revert to the wild aboriginal stock.
Jones having received his direction to the place, took his leave of the Man of the Hill, and, desiring him to direct
Partridge the same way, returned hastily to the wood.
The complication was of this nature: Alexey Alexandrovitch's characteristic quality as a politician, that special individual qualification that every rising functionary possesses, the qualification that with his unflagging ambition, his reserve, his honesty, and with his self-confidence had made his career, was his contempt for red tape, his cutting down of correspondence, his direct contact, wherever possible, with the living fact, and his economy.
5, 1863, and June 7, 1864, acted in direct contravention of the intent of the law T.
When I was on the desperate expedition on the desert shores of Africa, I never had so much as one thought of what would become of me, or one wish to God to direct me whither I should go, or to keep me from the danger which apparently surrounded me, as well from voracious creatures as cruel savages.
Well, but then it came on strangely, if God has made all these things, He guides and governs them all, and all things that concern them; for the Power that could make all things must certainly have power to guide and direct them.
The council of chieftains of each community control the matter as surely as the owner of a Kentucky racing stud directs
the scientific breeding of his stock for the improvement of the whole.