It is from the second and fourth sections
that the poem takes its name.
We cannot remove our respective sections
from each other, nor build an impassable wall between them.
It should be observed that the sections
might have been taken in any direction through these islands, or through
Now take a line which has been cut into two unequal parts, and divide each of them again in the same proportion, and suppose the two main divisions to answer, one to the visible and the other to the intelligible, and then compare the subdivisions in respect of their clearness and want of clearness, and you will find that the first section
in the sphere of the visible consists of images.
For this reason many in the Middle and Lower classes, and all without exception in the Polygonal and Circular orders, prefer a third method, the description of which shall be reserved for the next section
These good ladies were perfectly ignorant, it seems, of the customs of the South, and in the goodness of their hearts insisted that I take a seat with them in their section
The tenth section
of the first article consists altogether of such provisions.
The card might represent the section
of the wall that turned and the silver dollar the section
of the floor.
The individual members of this class, however, are being constantly hurled down into the proletariat by the action of competition, and, as modern industry develops, they even see the moment approaching when they will completely disappear as an independent section
of modern society, to be replaced, in manufactures, agriculture and commerce, by overlookers, bailiffs and shopmen.
of a roasted bread-fruit, a small cake of 'Amar', or a mess of 'Cokoo,' two or three bananas, or a mammee-apple; an annuee, or some other agreeable and nutritious fruit served from day to day to diversify the meal, which was finished by tossing off the liquid contents of a young cocoanut or two.
Some day all this petty pride in one's city or State or section
or country will be wiped out, and we'll all be citizens of the world, as we ought to be.
Seven, that any officer or enlisted man'--remember Section
One, gentlemen, you are all enlisted men--"that any enlisted man of the militia who shall refuse or neglect to present himself to such mustering officer upon being called forth as herein prescribed, shall be subject to trial by court martial, and shall be punished as such court martial shall direct.