I often tell young ladies that no excellence in music is to be acquired without constant practice
. I have told Miss Bennet several times, that she will never play really well unless she practises more; and though Mrs.
The union of Utrecht, says another respectable writer, reposes an authority in the States-General, seemingly sufficient to secure harmony, but the jealousy in each province renders the practice
very different from the theory.
His daughters and his friends were careful--over-careful, as he thought--of intruding on him in his hours of practice
. And, sad to say, his daughters and his friends were, from a musical point of view, perfectly right.
It must be admitted that the latter case is rarely met with in practice
," said the lawyer, and stealing a glance at Alexey Alexandrovitch he paused, as a man selling pistols, after enlarging on the advantages of each weapon, might await his customer's choice.
In the same way, since in action it frequently happens that no delay is permissible, it is very certain that, when it is not in our power to determine what is true, we ought to act according to what is most probable; and even although we should not remark a greater probability in one opinion than in another, we ought notwithstanding to choose one or the other, and afterwards consider it, in so far as it relates to practice
, as no longer dubious, but manifestly true and certain, since the reason by which our choice has been determined is itself possessed of these qualities.
"Now, you will observe that he could not have been on the staff of the hospital, since only a man well-established in a London practice
could hold such a position, and such a one would not drift into the country.
Most artists have this secret in practice
, though some, perhaps, have not much studied the theory.
``Rebecca, a Jewess, daughter of Isaac of York, being attainted of sorcery, seduction, and other damnable practices
, practised on a Knight of the most Holy Order of the Temple of Zion, doth deny the same; and saith, that the testimony delivered against her this day is false, wicked, and disloyal; and that by lawful essoine* of her body as being
Although we usually call reward and punishment the two hinges upon which all government turns, yet I could never observe this maxim to be put in practice
by any nation except that of Lilliput.
Of that, he replied, there can be no doubt; such excessive care of the body, when carried beyond the rules of gymnastic, is most inimical to the practice
As she progressed with her practice
, she was surprised to see how steadily and surely the awe which had kept her tongue reverent and her manner humble toward her young master was transferring itself to her speech and manner toward the usurper, and how similarly handy she was becoming in transferring her motherly curtness of speech and peremptoriness of manner to the unlucky heir of the ancient house of Driscoll.
Yet it has been found expedient, and has been the practice
of Congress, to employ the inferior grades of public ministers, and to send and receive consuls.