But, happily for us, my brethren, the fountain of divine love flows from a source too pure to admit of pollution in its course; it extends
, to those who drink of its vivifying waters, the peace of the righteous, and life everlasting; it endures through all time, and it pervades creation.
Round the skirts of the valley (which is quite level, and paved throughout with flat tiles), extends
a continuous row of sixty little houses.
Between and around these scattered points extends
the desolate, lifeless moor.
But, madam, it is needless; from the wharf to the hotel, as you observe, extends
an unbroken line of prostrate newspaper men who crave the honour of having you walk upon them.
This bed extends
for 500 miles along the coast, and probably for a considerably greater distance.
Golbasto Momarem Evlame Gurdilo Shefin Mully Ully Gue, most mighty Emperor of Lilliput, delight and terror of the universe, whose dominions extend
five thousand BLUSTRUGS (about twelve miles in circumference) to the extremities of the globe; monarch of all monarchs, taller than the sons of men; whose feet press down to the centre, and whose head strikes against the sun; at whose nod the princes of the earth shake their knees; pleasant as the spring, comfortable as the summer, fruitful as autumn, dreadful as winter: his most sublime majesty proposes to the man-mountain, lately arrived at our celestial dominions, the following articles, which, by a solemn oath, he shall be obliged to perform:--
To strengthen, perpetuate, and extend
this interest was the object for which the insurgents would rend the Union, even by war; while the government claimed no right to do more than to restrict the territorial enlargement of it.
Such an infatuated policy, such a desperate expedient, might, by the multiplication of petty offices, answer the views of men who possess not qualifications to extend
their influence beyond the narrow circles of personal intrigue, but it could never promote the greatness or happiness of the people of America.
The subordinate governments, which can extend
their care to all those other subjects which can be separately provided for, will retain their due authority and activity.
It is impossible to see the intimacy between them so very soon established without some alarm, though I can hardly suppose that Lady Susan's plans extend