WHO, THOUGH IN THE EARLY STAGES
OF OUR ACQUAINTANCESHIP
But with regard to the judges, who, if they behave properly, will be secured in their places for life, it may well happen, especially in the early stages
of the government, that a stipend, which would be very sufficient at their first appointment, would become too small in the progress of their service.
To which Don Quixote returned, "Do me the favour, senora, to let a lute be placed in my chamber to-night; and I will comfort this poor maiden to the best of my power; for in the early stages
of love a prompt disillusion is an approved remedy;" and with this he retired, so as not to be remarked by any who might see him there.
In the early stages
of their intercourse with white men, these savages were but scantily clad.
I shall never forget your insight; and, dear, I only blame you for this: you might have warned me in the early stages
, before you felt you wouldn't marry me, and so have given me a chance to improve.
He was as little able, during the early stages
of his meditations, to say where he was hurt most as a man who had been stabbed in the back, bitten in the ankle, hit in the eye, smitten with a blackjack, and kicked on the shin in the same moment of time.
Everything is yet in the early stages
of development; but with the science of the outer-world twentieth century to draw upon we are making rapid progress, and with all the faults and errors of the outer world to guide us clear of dangers, I think that it will not be long before Pellucidar will become as nearly a Utopia as one may expect to find this side of heaven.
The early stages
of the Cape Pleasant golf tournament need no detailed description.
at an early stage
and helping me with many valuable suggestions; also to Mr.
And take note: if there is an early stage
of tuberculous process, of which we cannot be certain, a foreign tour will be of no use.
I'm frightened; I shall run away," said Maggie, making a laughing retreat; while Tom, with masculine philosophy, flung the bell-rope to the farther end of the room; not very far either,--a touch of human experience which I flatter myself will come home to the bosoms of not a few substantial or distinguished men who were once at an early stage
of their rise in the world, and were cherishing very large hopes in very small lodgings.
Any open reference to the question, on my part, would have been premature at this early stage
of our reconciliation.