“Obviously, the deacon wanted to see if she woald follow him down the street beside the movie theater.”
“A lord among my kind, and grossly inconvenienced by this girl, this fledgling, this woald-be sorceress.”
“Mr. Fulkerson," said the girl, solemnly, "Ah will stand bah you in this, if all the woald tones against you.”
“And if you would now in fact make this chdce, it woald put an end to your present difficulties about your child.”
“I f J; tDuarr % ad Fe - bruary had then been placed before March, tiie month Quialitk woald have been the fifth in name, hot the seventh in revkoninr.”
“If war were the qoeftion, he would talk of travci« ling; if diplomatic concerns were upon the carpet, he woald reUfia the manners, or inquire into the local peculiarities of the country; oc if the ftate of affairs at home were in difcuHion, he would dwell upon”
“His people, how - ever, woald not quit their hills.”
“If," adds this elegant critic, "this be be not absurd, it has much the - appeara. ice of absurdity; and we woald advise Dr Andersen, before he ventures again to read any thing in the society, about nouns cuting to he ncuns, and bicmkg definitive, to pursue with attention, the dhersims »f 'furliy" Sec.”
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“But not only the generality of the world, before Chrifi, were pofTeiTed of this advantage on our fcheme; but a confiderabk part of it enjoyed, what might have been, if they woald, a much greater; and as they wanted fupematural inflmdioo, fo they had it.”
“* If, "fays Demofthenes, « I coniidered you as like the Siphnians, Cythnians» or fuch people, I woald not re - commend you to adopt fentimCnts fo elevatedi" — L/irrAir.”
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