it is because you have no love," cried Mary; "if you loved, sire, you would have a will.
See," said she, "the carriages have stopped, my sister waits for me, the time is come; what you are about to decide upon will be decided for life.
The captain watched the departure of the horses, horsemen, and carriage, then crossing his arms upon his swelling chest, "When will it be my turn to depart?
When it is time, God will tell me, as he foretold the others.
or shall I say we are all very sorry for what has happened during the last thirty years, and my daughters wish they had never been born; but since they have had that misfortune, they will
be thankful for any trifle their grandpapa will
be kind enough to bestow?
give it you with pleasure," the Secretary answered, "although I imagine that he would be quite willing to see you on your own request.
assume that if virtue is knowledge, then virtue can be taught.
Willing emancipateth: that is the true doctrine of will
and emancipation-- so teacheth you Zarathustra.
There were signs now that his will
was ceasing to serve him.
Six months after he had made that will
he came in here and made another.
When I have stated the case to Lady Verinder as the case now stands, and when I have told her plainly what course of action to take for the recovery of the Moonstone, the responsibility will
be off my shoulders.
I discoursed about it with my partner, who thereupon made a most generous offer: "You know it has been an unlucky ship," said he, "and we both resolve not to go to sea in it again; if your steward" (so he called my man) "will
venture the voyage, I will
leave my share of the vessel to him, and let him make the best of it; and if we live to meet in England, and he meets with success abroad, he shall account for one half of the profits of the ship's freight to us; the other shall be his own.