This spot was all the more interesting to me, inasmuch as
it was so dearly loved by the Emperor Frederick III.
It was but a momentary look, inasmuch as
she checked it, and said in her soft little voice, 'Oh, Mr John
That, the fortunes of his brother and comrade, and of himself were evidently made, inasmuch as
they had but to put their price upon this document, and get that price from the minion of fortune and the worm of the hour: who now appeared to be less of a minion and more of a worm than had been previously supposed.
As the enthusiasm in Count Smorltork's favour ran very high, his praises might have been sung until the end of the festivities, if the four something-ean singers had not ranged themselves in front of a small apple-tree, to look picturesque, and commenced singing their national songs, which appeared by no means difficult of execution, inasmuch as
the grand secret seemed to be, that three of the something-ean singers should grunt, while the fourth howled.
Finding her own sensations exactly like those described in the book as symptoms of the direst diseases, she put it by in alarm, and took up a novel, which was free from the fault she had found in the lectures, inasmuch as
none of the emotions it described in the least resembled any she had ever experienced.
This monster, this natural phenomenon that had puzzled the learned world, and over thrown and misled the imagination of seamen of both hemispheres, it must be owned was a still more astonishing phenomenon, inasmuch as
it was a simply human construction.
Not, as Eustace hinted, that there was any real necessity for my services as introducer, inasmuch as
his own name had become established in some good degree of favor with the literary world.
Let what would happen, this was a source of joy, inasmuch as
we all knew that we could only vegetate while we continued where we then were, and that too without experiencing the delights of our former position, with good roots in the earth, a genial sun shedding its warmth upon our bosom, and balmy airs fanning our cheeks.
A wasteful expense of energy and labour was frequently the consequence; Frances toiled for and with her pupils like a drudge, but it was long ere her conscientious exertions were rewarded by anything like docility on their part, because they saw that they had power over her, inasmuch as
by resisting her painful attempts to convince, persuade, control--by forcing her to the employment of coercive measures--they could inflict upon her exquisite suffering.
True, the slavery and abasement in which she held me might have given me (such things often do so) the power to question her with abrupt directness (seeing that,, inasmuch as
I figured in her eyes as a mere slave and nonentity, she could not very well have taken offence at any rude curiosity); but the fact was that, though she let me question her, she never returned me a single answer, and at times did not so much as notice me.
Then came a check, with the perception that we were not really face to face, inasmuch as
she had over her eyes a horrible green shade which, for her, served almost as a mask.
At the same time, however, it is also a trap for the unwary inasmuch as
filing the amended return is an admission that the original return contained a false position.