When I say that I am given to you by God, the proof of my mission is this:--if I had been like other men, I should not have neglected all my own concerns or patiently seen the neglect of them during all these years, and have been doing
yours, coming to you individually like a father or elder brother, exhorting you to regard virtue; such conduct, I say, would be unlike human nature.
Now, Guy of Gisbourne," cried he, "if what thou tellest me is true, it will be the best day's doings
for thee that ever thou hast done in all thy life.
My dear fellow,' I should have said, 'consider what you are doing
Don't let the boys forget me, and don't think I'm doing
wrong to leave you in this way.
this there needs to be no bloodshed or violence; and there shall be none, unless it be forced upon the national authority.
This, nevertheless, is the precise import of all those regulations which exclude men from serving their country, by the choice of their fellowcitizens, after they have by a course of service fitted themselves for doing
it with a greater degree of utility.
It is chiefly for his own sake that he writes, and he is to be approved for so doing
With this assertion of her dignity she bade them farewell; and after that there were lively doing
in the Durbeyfield household for some time on the strength of Tess's bounty, her mother saying, and, indeed, believing, that the rupture which had arisen between the young husband and wife had adjusted itself under their strong feeling that they could not live apart from each other.
And when I explained that her answer, although doing
credit to her feelings, hardly disposed of my difficulty, she replied:
But as it is wholesome that the parsimonious public should know what has been doing
, and still is doing
, in this connexion, I mention here that everything set forth in these pages concerning the Court of Chancery is substantially true, and within the truth.
If I am wrong, I am doing
what I believe to be right.
And first, we will speak of a democracy; and this will at the same time show clearly the nature of its opposite which some persons call an oligarchy; and in doing
this we must examine into all the parts of a democracy, and everything that is connected therewith; for from the manner in which these are compounded together different species of democracies arise: and hence it is that they are more than one, and of various natures.