And if so, my friend, I said, there is no special faculty of administration in a state which a woman has because she is a woman, or which a man has by virtue of his sex, but the gifts of nature are alike diffused in both; all the pursuits of men are the pursuits of women also, but in all of them a woman is inferior to a man.
And ought not the same natures to have the same pursuits?
Here, then, is one difficulty in our law about women, which we may say that we have now escaped; the wave has not swallowed us up alive for enacting that the guardians of either sex should have all their pursuits in common; to the utility and also to the possibility of this arrangement the consistency of the argument with itself bears witness.
M'Dougal and David Stuart, had strolled away to the south of the island in pursuit
I do not think that the pursuit
of knowledge is an exception to this rule.
Mounting his swiftest horse, he set off in hot pursuit
. He soon found the trail of the fugitives, and spurred on in hopes of overtaking them.
As the fellow saw me he leaped along the ledge in pursuit
, and after him came as many of his companions as could crowd upon each other's heels.
Mr Western now gave every one present a hearty curse, and, immediately ordering his horses, departed in pursuit of his daughter, without taking the least notice of his nephew Fitzpatrick, or returning any answer to his claim of kindred, notwithstanding all the obligations he had just received from that gentleman.
Jones likewise, with his friend Partridge, set forward the moment he had paid his reckoning, in quest of his lovely Sophia, whom he now resolved never more to abandon the pursuit of.
The furious face of the Leopard-man flashed by mine, with M'ling close in pursuit. I saw the yellow eyes of the Hyena-swine blazing with excitement, his attitude as if he were half resolved to attack me.
M'ling was ahead, close in pursuit of the fugitive.
I saw as we traversed the open that the pursuit was now spreading from a column into a line.