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consider what it will be to marry a gentleman of a good family, in good circumstances, and with the consent of the whole house, and to enjoy all that he world can give you; and what, on the other hand, to be sunk into the dark circumstances of a woman that has lost her reputation; and that though I shall be a private friend to you while I live, yet as I shall be suspected always, so you will be afraid to see me, and I shall be afraid to own you.
This, and his persuasion, at length prevailed with me to consent, though with so much reluctance, that it was easy to see I should go to church like a bear to the stake.
The particular precaution against the erection of new States, by the partition of a State without its consent, quiets the jealousy of the larger States; as that of the smaller is quieted by a like precaution, against a junction of States without their consent.
On what principle the Confederation, which stands in the solemn form of a compact among the States, can be superseded without the unanimous consent of the parties to it?
It is just possible--if Blanche consents
(as you say), and if we can hurry the lawyers--that you may be married in three weeks' or a month's time.
I have had no difficulty in gaining the consent
of my kind parents, and am promised that everything in their power shall be done to forward my happiness," were the first three lines, and in one moment all was joyful security.
It has never been my will to marry you; if you were to win consent
from the momentary triumph of my feeling for you, you would not have my whole soul.
They told him the whole story, and how the Princess of Bengal was even then awaiting in the country palace the consent
of the Sultan, which at once put into the Indian's head a plan of revenge for the treatment he had experienced.
I am sure my husband will consent
," said the countess, "but your father.
My first happy moment was when I won her consent
to come and visit me sometimes at Mablethorpe House.