Prince S-- made the acquaintance of the general's family, and Adelaida, the second girl, made a great impression
I attended two lecture courses under him, and I have known him for two years; that is why I am anxious for your first impression
It was hard under the circumstances, to form an opinion as to the handwriting; but I thought I could recognize the character of some of the doctor's letters, even in the blotted impression
For the moment I could say nothing to her; the dreadful impression
that I have tried to describe to you came back to me with the coming back of my life.
If I had not joined you when I did, you would have been examined and cross-examined about yourself and about me, and you would innocently have answered under the impression
that you were speaking to a chance acquaintance.
Do they give fine variations of appearance and impression
, such as delicate shiftings of light and shade and delicate tones of color?
However this be, certain it is that the accident operated very strongly on Sophia; and, indeed, after much enquiry into the matter, I am inclined to believe, that, at this very time, the charming Sophia made no less impression
on the heart of Jones; to say truth, he had for some time become sensible of the irresistible power of her charms.
The man didn't have wings; he walked; but he walked on the gravel which left no impression
of his tread.
But as regards simple ideas, he states that "every simple idea has a simple impression
, which resembles it, and every simple impression
a correspondent idea.
They must certainly make a great impression
I have derived from our correspondence does not, thank God, lead me to any such distressing conclusion as that.
Looking through that story lately I had the material impression
of sitting under a large and expensive umbrella in the loud drumming of a heavy rain-shower.