, an inhabitant of the kitchen made more despatch: a lusty dame, with tucked-up gown, bare arms, and fire-flushed cheeks, rushed into the midst of us flourishing a frying-pan: and used that weapon, and her tongue, to such purpose, that the storm subsided magically, and she only remained, heaving like a sea after a high wind, when her master entered on the scene.
I did not stay long at Fremona, but left that town and the province of Tigre, and soon found that I was very happy in that resolution, for scarce had I left the place before the viceroy came in person to put me to death, who, not finding me, as he expected, resolved to turn all his vengeance against the father Gaspard Paes, a venerable man, who was grown grey in the missions of Aethiopia, and five other missionaries newly arrived from the Indies; his design was to kill them all at one time without suffering any to escape; he therefore sent for them all, but one happily
being sick, another stayed to attend him; to this they owed their lives, for the viceroy, finding but four of them, sent them back, telling them he would see them all together.
for America, happily
, we trust, for the whole human race, they pursued a new and more noble course.
We had only just time to seize hold of the upper part, which rose about seven feet out of the water, and happily
its speed was not great.
he too had been looking about him, and, after a moment's hesitation, said, "Monsieur, I think I have found a means of conveyance.
But Homer, as in all else he is of surpassing merit, here too--whether from art or natural genius--seems to have happily
discerned the truth.
that unjust prejudice is forgotten which made the son responsible for the father's actions.
for Adrienne, she had too many positive cares, to be enabled to waste many minutes either in retrospection, or in endeavors to conjecture the future.
And so it lies happily
, Bathing in many A dream of the truth And the beauty of Annie -- Drowned in a bath Of the tresses of Annie.
, this house is beyond her reach, if she wishes--as she manifestly does--to remain unrecognised.
The wedding-feast was held, and they lived happily
together a long time.
He who proposes to make that inquiry which is necessary concerning what government is best, ought first to determine what manner of living is most eligible; for while this remains uncertain it will also be equally uncertain what government is best: for, provided no unexpected accidents interfere, it is highly probable, that those who enjoy the best government will live the most happily
according to their circumstances; he ought, therefore, first to know what manner of life is most desirable for all; and afterwards whether this life is the same to the man and the citizen, or different.