Oraciones con la palabra "except"

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  2. Except that it was fake.
  3. Except for most of the.
  4. Except when he made me.
  5. But each one, except Mrs.

  6. Except they also have a.
  7. Each room except 777 was.
  8. Except, that is, the soul.
  9. Except it wasn’t the end.
  10. Except for the Dead Place.
  11. Except the toy I gave him.
  12. Except for a few pictures.
  13. Except for one phone call.
  14. Except for her fear about.
  15. Except this one, of course.

  16. Except for around the face.
  17. Except by the road of love.
  18. Except for that weird day.
  19. Except this sheet of tears.
  20. Except for the clothes on.
  21. All except Clemon, that is.
  22. Except that I wasn’t human.
  23. Except the fishermen got a.
  24. I was alone except for Floy.
  25. Well, except for the length.

  26. It is proper except in this.
  27. Except of course his mother.
  28. Yea, except for the Weeds.
  29. Except Molly who stayed at.
  30. Except for Zygmunt and Olin.
  31. Except that no one was there.
  32. Except the sheets, of course.
  33. Except that perhaps I did….
  34. Except for the flowing robes.
  35. All, that is, except Brumvack.
  36. Except for the pipes I paid.
  37. Except for a delay at New St.
  38. Except you’re not going to.
  39. Except for one more question.
  40. Except as Immanuel; God with.
  41. Except hers was blue in color.
  42. I haven't changed it, except.
  43. We all, I suppose (except Mrs.
  44. Except that it wasn’t lunch.
  45. Except what he pushed was air.
  46. Except it still was a bad day.
  47. Except the lottery, of course.
  48. All were empty except for one.
  49. Except for the braying of the.
  50. No one except the greatest of.
  51. Except to his nervous system!.
  52. Except for this post, of course.
  53. It is dark, except for the moon.
  54. Except the road was blocked off.
  55. There is no god except one God.
  56. VLAN 1 (except the trunk ports).
  57. Except ye eat the flesh of the.
  58. He rarely spoke, except to his.
  59. Except my Isabel, Alaric thought.
  60. Well, except me in my underwear.
  61. All of us except Peter, that is.
  62. All went to silence, except one.
  63. Except for her shadowing of Mrs.
  64. Except he was not praying to god.
  65. Except for pure, simple laziness.
  66. Except when a vowel is repeated:.
  67. No difference except the silence.
  68. Everything was as usual, except.
  69. Except for the ones farther away.
  70. Except for the mortal over there.
  71. Almost sardonic, except for the.
  72. That is, except his AI companion.
  73. Except the part about being jani.
  74. Except that I am the fascination.
  75. Except what he wants to show you.
  76. No reason except her job, that is.
  77. Except when he wants to use the.
  78. Except now there were no spirits.
  79. None except Calley were convicted.
  80. Except that of bestowing upon you.
  81. Except for the coaches, of course.
  82. Except for Just Stand There and.
  83. Except that didn’t quite happen.
  84. Except handshakes and a hug here.
  85. The first floor was clear except.
  86. Except for the memories which last.
  87. Except there’s one small problem.
  88. Except that we’ve swapped places.
  89. I was the only one, except Raya.
  90. Except for that, you're a good guy.
  91. Except perhaps Johan, one day soon.
  92. Say: none knows except my Provider.
  93. Mix all ingredients except the oil.
  94. Except run – if there were only.
  95. I’m fine, except for a few cuts.
  96. Except that it couldn’t be Smiler.
  97. Except, she was calling L-Seven-Six.
  98. The cold can do nothing except hover.
  99. Not good for anything except houses.
  100. Nothing mattered to him now except.
  1. Standish's bald head; excepting Mary Garth's.
  2. No one was present excepting the nun and the mayor.
  3. In her case, to talk of duty, was a farce, excepting what.
  4. Claudia had heard it all before, excepting the lady's name.
  5. I have few good things to say about energy connections, excepting.
  6. Excepting the 'lying spirit’ in Micaiah’s vision (1 Kings xvii.
  7. Excepting her rigid stance and their armor, the two appeared to be identical.
  8. A puzzled amazement awoke in every face in the house, not even excepting Potter's.
  9. These are the most common rocks, and excepting the second, are usually stratified.
  10. Folks, the only thing that condemns ya is not excepting Jesus as yer personal Savior.
  11. In the old days of barter, excepting the distortions imposed by those in positions of.
  12. Some say his biggest mistake was excepting a challenger so early after he won the belt.
  13. Excepting oratory, he was the peer of his associates in almost every imaginable ability.
  14. I know not why I felt a mixed sensation of despair and tenderness, excepting that, ever.
  15. I have never interfered in your affairs excepting for your good; treat me in the same way.
  16. We have all been more or less to blame, said he, every one of us, excepting Fanny.
  17. With the Barbary Powers, excepting that of Algiers, our affairs remain on the ordinary footing.
  18. However, the wine was not refused; each guest took a glass excepting Gania, who drank nothing.
  19. Excepting Ivan Fedorovitch, who had not as yet returned from town, the whole family was present.
  20. It was declared that he believed in no classes or anything else, excepting the woman question.
  21. The whale, be it observed, lies almost entirely submerged, excepting the immediate parts operated upon.
  22. Excepting some little heaviness in the head and pain in the limbs, he did not feel any particular effects.
  23. Titus handed him the book, Miss Eleanor never treat a book like that excepting she had a reason to!.
  24. It appears that he did not consider it necessary to inform anyone excepting Vera of his departure for town.
  25. I ran after him, and began calling out; but as I knew nothing to say excepting ‘hey!’ he did not turn round.
  26. I never knew it to open in the course of a winter, not excepting that of '52-3, which gave the ponds so severe a trial.
  27. The spacious shop was clean and mostly empty, excepting the equipment, which, at first glance, appeared top-of-the-line.
  28. With all organic beings, excepting perhaps some of the very lowest, sexual reproduction seems to be essentially similar.
  29. All was still, excepting the echo of the miner's hammer, and the monotonous sound of his horse's step along the rocky path.
  30. Schneider’s establishment, he had there come across the whole Epanchin family (excepting the general, who had remained in St.
  31. This case would be represented in the diagram, if all the lines proceeding from (A) were removed, excepting that from a1 to a10.
  32. There is not another soul in the house now excepting our four selves, he said aloud, looking at the prince in a strange way.
  33. Only those who wish to have their faces permanently rearranged, dare to call me by my given name, excepting me mother of course.
  34. We do not learn that any passages excepting these three are cited from the Old Testament writings in support of the modern doctrines.
  35. Towards every one, excepting the children, whom he treated with almost reverent tenderness, he adopted an attitude of distant hauteur.
  36. You will all please treat her as my representative and your overlord in all matters, excepting only those reserved to ordained priests.
  37. Rohan, in his dark and dusty robe, had a head as round and as bald as the moon, excepting the tufts of gray hair sprouting around his ears.
  38. Why, this very morning, in my rooms, he made his entree amongst us by striking every man of us with amazement, not even excepting ChateauRenaud.
  39. But, in spite of Albert's hope, the day passed unmarked by any incident, excepting two or three encounters with the carriage full of Roman peasants.
  40. Then everything was still, excepting that Valentine heard the almost noiseless sound of some liquid being poured into the glass she had just emptied.
  41. There is not a single branch of business in which reasonable fault can be found with results, excepting the one general result of very narrow margins.
  42. It may be added that the whole company, not excepting Lebedeff, had the vaguest idea of the extent of their powers, and of how far they could safely go.
  43. All Beale's drawings of this whale are good, excepting the middle figure in the picture of three whales in various attitudes, capping his second chapter.
  44. This arrangement is equivalent to a battery of two large Galvanic pairs; excepting that there is no insulation, all the plates being plunged in one vessel.
  45. And, if there is ever anyone who points that finger of blame unpleasantly, and honestly, without making any exceptions…without even excepting themselves.
  46. Excepting the visit of Gabriel to Elizabeth and the dream of Zacharias, there was nothing unusual or supernatural connected with the birth of John the Baptist.
  47. Fanny had not a word to say against its becomingness, and, excepting what remained of her scruples, was exceedingly pleased with an acquisition so very apropos.
  48. The users of steel blooms and billets have bought so far ahead that manufacturers are now declining to make further contracts, excepting for very strong reasons.
  49. Excepting feigned surprise, indignation, laughter, and jeering—both at the prince and at everyone who asked her questions,—nothing could be got out of Aglaya.
  50. Here everybody was noisy, every voice was loud (excepting, perhaps, her mother's, which resembled the soft monotony of Lady Bertram's, only worn into fretfulness).
  51. Excepting the sublime BREACH—somewhere else to be described—this peaking of the whale's flukes is perhaps the grandest sight to be seen in all animated nature.
  52. Gholson, the House resolved itself into a committee, on a report of the Committee of Claims on the subject of excepting certain claims from the act of limitations.
  53. The preparations for the trials were just the same as the day before, excepting that the swearing in of the jury and the president’s address to them were omitted.
  54. Here everybody was noisy, every voice was loud (excepting, perhaps, her mother’s, which resembled the soft monotony of Lady Bertram’s, only worn into fretfulness).
  55. Was there one of the family, excepting Edmund, who had not in some way or other continually exercised her patience and forbearance? Her affections were evidently strong.
  56. They fall almost altogether upon what I call luxuries, excepting always the four duties above mentioned, upon salt, soap, leather, candles, and perhaps that upon green glass.
  57. Pray tell me where in our Constitution the President is authorized to present a plan, a budget, or anything else excepting an annual State of the Union Speech, to the Congress.
  58. So it is with the inhabitants of lakes and marshes, excepting in so far as great facility of transport has allowed the same forms to prevail throughout large portions of the world.
  59. When the visitors entered all the prisoners jumped up and stood beside the beds, excepting two, a young man who was in a state of high fever, and an old man who did nothing but groan.
  60. Caderousse's knife, dark lantern, bunch of keys, and clothing, excepting the waistcoat, which could not be found, were deposited at the registry; the corpse was conveyed to the morgue.
  61. However, when they did meet, Colia never had anything particular to tell him, excepting that he was highly dissatisfied with the general and his present condition of mind and behaviour.
  62. But east to Vilayet, and from the Arctic circle to the lands of Shem, the only inhabitants were roving tribes of Nordheimr, excepting the Cimmerians, settled in the old Turanian kingdom.
  63. And as if to reinforce his image as an egotistical self-serving monster Stalin even had all of the old Bolshevik leadership from Lenin’s time executed, all excepting himself, of course.
  64. Valentine was alone; two other clocks, slower than that of Saint-Philippe du Roule, struck the hour of midnight from different directions, and excepting the rumbling of a few carriages all was silent.
  65. There was nothing particular about it, excepting that, although daylight had disappeared, it was not lighted, and everything in it was old-fashioned, while the rest of the rooms had been redecorated.
  66. The room was empty; the breakfast—a substantial repast of coffee, eggs, and a cold ham—lay spread upon the table untouched, as when she had taken it up, excepting that the carving-knife was missing.
  67. In such cases nothing is too bad for either party, excepting perhaps interference with foreigners, whom, owing to one or two severe lessons received of late years, the natives have now learned to respect.
  68. Because Fernand and Danglars, being both parvenus, both having become noble, both rich, are about equal in worth, excepting that there have been certain things mentioned of him that were never said of me.
  69. But what availed his expressions or his air? He was going, and, if not voluntarily going, voluntarily intending to stay away; for, excepting what might be due to his uncle, his engagements were all self-imposed.
  70. Nor must we overlook the fact, that increased bulk would act as a protection against almost all beasts of prey excepting the lion; and against this animal, its tall neck—and the taller the better—would, as Mr.
  71. But, to return from this digression; saving and excepting the remarks of Mr Dribbles and Mr Dippings, and neither of them could be considered as made in a sincere frame of mind, I had no foretaste of any opposition.
  72. But already a change is taking place, owing, not to an increased humanity, but to an increased scarcity of game, for perhaps the hunter is the greatest friend of the animals hunted, not excepting the Humane Society.
  73. Somewhere in the fog, not far off, a cock crowed; another answered, and then others, far in the village took up the cry till the sound of the crowing blended into one, while all around was silent excepting the river.
  74. Duncan knew enough of Indian customs to understand the reason that the fire was replenished, and why the warriors, not excepting Hawkeye, took their seats within the curl of its smoke with so much gravity and decorum.
  75. We have no festival, nor procession, nor ceremony, not excepting our cattle-shows and so-called Thanksgivings, by which the farmer expresses a sense of the sacredness of his calling, or is reminded of its sacred origin.
  76. By some definitions, most long-term investors, even those who buy and hold for decades may be classified as speculators, excepting only the rare few who are not primarily motivated by eventually selling at a good profit.
  77. In the first place, the just man is known to the Gods, and he is therefore the friend of the Gods, and he will receive at their hands every good, always excepting such evil as is the necessary consequence of former sins.
  78. If the nice people of Charleston feel that way, I’m sure we will all feel the same way soon, she said, for she had a deeply rooted belief that, excepting only Savannah, most belief shared largely by Charlestonians.
  79. The rule of life, the doctrine that all peoples, excepting our European societies, have always considered as the most important thing, the rule of which Jesus spoke as the one thing needful, is an object of universal disdain.
  80. The dinner was very good: the mistress of the house kept the company alive with most bewitching airs and manners,—at least so it should have been, but all excepting herself and the prince were terribly dull on this occasion.
  81. If they had been transcribed verbatim, and incorporated in the law of May, 1810, there could have been no question; and there can be no difference as to this point between that case, and reviving them without excepting any part.
  82. No other blockade of the ports of France was instituted by Great Britain, between the 16th of May, 1806, and the 7th of January, 1807, excepting the blockade of Venice, instituted on the 27th of July, 1806, which is still in force.
  83. Nothing further was to be discovered by questioning the messenger; and it was soon evident that the latter knew nothing, excepting that he had only consented to act as bearer of the packet, in response to the urgent appeal of Pavel Pavlovitch.
  84. I must, moreover, mention that I consign my own artistic productions to the category of bad art, excepting the story "God sees the Truth," which seeks a place in the first class, and "The Prisoner of the Caucasus," which belongs to the second.
  85. His sole gratification consisted in jeering at all these unfortunate women and abusing them every minute with all his energies; though the latter, not excepting his wife, who had been born with toothache, dared not utter a word in his presence.
  86. May I smoke a cigarette? Now, you see, men like Fedosie Petrovitch Zachlebnikoff are much valued in the State; but, excepting for a few perquisites allowed them, the pay is wretched; they live well enough, but they cannot possibly lay by money.
  87. But all geologists, excepting the few who believe that our present metamorphic schists and plutonic rocks once formed the primordial nucleus of the globe, will admit that these latter rocks have been stripped of their covering to an enormous extent.
  88. For Alpine species, excepting in as far as the same species have become widely spread during the Glacial epoch, are related to those of the surrounding lowlands; thus we have in South America, Alpine humming-birds, Alpine rodents, Alpine plants, etc.
  89. Such cases are highly important, for they prove that the capacity in any two species to cross is often completely independent of their systematic affinity, that is of any difference in their structure or constitution, excepting in their reproductive systems.
  90. The Malay Archipelago is about the size of Europe from the North Cape to the Mediterranean, and from Britain to Russia; and therefore equals all the geological formations which have been examined with any accuracy, excepting those of the United States of America.
  91. But the uproar passed away in twenty minutes, leaving us all unharmed; excepting Cathy, who got thoroughly drenched for her obstinacy in refusing to take shelter, and standing bonnetless and shawl-less to catch as much water as she could with her hair and clothes.
  92. So he shoved his beard into his mouth and made faces, and very skilfully pretended to know nothing of this case, excepting that the reasons for an appeal were insufficient, and that he, therefore, agreed with the chairman to leave the decision of the Court unaltered.
  93. As the count was immensely rich, excepting the danger Carmela had run,—and the marvellous manner in which she had escaped, made that appear to him rather a favor of providence than a real misfortune,—the loss occasioned by the conflagration was to him but a trifle.
  94. He was a good companion, and was always merry and jolly, sometimes even witty, though he was not very intellectual, in spite of the fact that he was always top of the class; I myself was never top in anything! All his companions were very fond of him, excepting myself.
  95. Notwithstanding the increasing warmth of the amicable contest, the most decorous Christian assembly, not even excepting those in which its reverend ministers are collected, might have learned a wholesome lesson of moderation from the forbearance and courtesy of the disputants.
  96. Excepting Athens, which was more renowned as an educational center, Corinth was the most important city in Greece during these Roman times, and their two months' stay in this thriving commercial center afforded opportunity for all three of them to gain much valuable experience.
  97. Neither, beyond the blowing out of the candle,—which stood on a table between the door and my sister, and was behind her when she stood facing the fire and was struck,—was there any disarrangement of the kitchen, excepting such as she herself had made, in falling and bleeding.
  98. Every thing in her household arrangements was conducted on the most liberal plan, and excepting a few old city friends, whom, to Lady Middleton's regret, she had never dropped, she visited no one to whom an introduction could at all discompose the feelings of her young companions.
  99. The most interesting part is that occupied by the boiling fountains, in many respects similar to the Geysers of Iceland, excepting that the water is not ejected to any considerable height; but the incrustations, the sinter, and sulphur, are every way equal to any specimens which Dr.
  100. Each House shall keep a Journal of its Proceedings, and from time to time publish the same, excepting such Parts as may in their Judgment require Secrecy; and the Yeas and Nays of the Members of either House on any question shall, at the Desire of one fifth of those Present, be entered on the Journal.
  1. Excepted are only the major.
  2. He had excepted from the ban:.
  3. Yourselves excepted, of course, ma’am, sir.
  4. French Moniteur only excepted, are the greatestsatire ever.
  5. This is the academic excepted values: The average density of matter in the Universe today that would be.
  6. It was obvious that he did not like women, Melanie excepted, any better than he liked negroes and Yankees.
  7. All here, yourself excepted, saw the King take it, in his carriage in the street, sitting beside the Queen.
  8. They have no manufactures, those household and coarser manufactures excepted, which necessarily accompany the.
  9. In all the proclamations of general pardon which I have seen, my name, with a few others, is specially excepted.
  10. But after all he is half justified; publicity is the lawful right of every man; consequently, Burdovsky is not excepted.
  11. Lemon's favorite pupil, who by general consent (Fred's excepted) was a rare compound of beauty, cleverness, and amiability.
  12. Milnor said he had no objection to the call for information, but he excepted to the form of the resolution, for two reasons.
  13. During the intervening period I had no time to nurse chimeras; and I believe I was as active and gay as anybody—Adèle excepted.
  14. That island was excepted out of the grant to England, and was the only part of the province east of the river that was so excepted.
  15. Lebedeff stamped his feet at his daughters and drove them away if they attempted to join the prince on the terrace; not even Vera was excepted.
  16. The typical investor should not use these investment vehicles (IRAs, 401(k) plans, and Keoghs excepted), the most common of which are municipal bonds.
  17. The unerring indications of that fact were presented to us in a tonnage and number of seamen exceeding those of any other nation in the world, one only excepted.
  18. Well anyway we applied for a job and were excepted we had to go for a medical as we had to be physically fit and have perfect eyesight and we also had to be strong.
  19. He was alone, if the solitary sentinel who paced the mound be excepted; for the artillerists had hastened also to profit by the temporary suspension of their arduous duties.
  20. How express what I felt in the presence of this man, awful and cruel for all, myself only excepted? And why not tell the whole truth? At this moment I felt a strong sympathy with him.
  21. The wine, brandy, salt, and vinegar of France, were indeed excepted; these commodities being subjected to other heavy duties, either by other laws, or by particular clauses of the same law.
  22. In England they were generally exempted from suit to the hundred and county courts : and all such pleas as should arise among them, the pleas of the crown excepted, were left to the decision of their own magistrates.
  23. His project meanwhile was very favourably entertained by his auditors and won hearty eulogies from all though Mr Dixon of Mary's excepted to it, asking with a finicking air did he purpose also to carry coals to Newcastle.
  24. She knows he has excepted that part of her, but she also knows that he thought she had changed for the better last year-which she had, but she can only watch her best friend run around in the spotlight that was rightfully Massie's.
  25. This measure has been thus far pursued for these great purposes; and it has been patiently borne with to this day, by the nation at large, the partial discontents which have appeared in some particular parts of the country only excepted.
  26. A woman, in addition to the possibility of serving men by all the means open to man is, by the construction of her body, called and inevitably attracted, to serve others by that which alone is excepted from the domain of the service of man.
  27. The revenue of every established church, such parts of it excepted as may arise from particular lands or manors, is a branch, it ought to be observed, of the general revenue of the state, which is thus diverted to a purpose very different from the defence of the state.
  28. In other words, on learning that the old lady had changed her mind about departing, and was bent on setting out for the Casino again, the whole of our gang (Polina only excepted) proceeded en masse to her rooms, for the purpose of finally and frankly treating with her.
  29. In the ante-room I met T—vski, a young nobleman of not much information, but of firm, generous character; the convicts excepted him from the hatred they felt for the convicts of noble birth; they were almost fond of him; every one of his gestures denoted the brave and energetic man.
  30. If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law, in like Manner as if he had signed it, unless the Congress by their Adjournment prevent its Return, in which Case it shall not be a Law.
  31. He was going to add that if they gave an affirmative answer to any question that was put to them they would thereby affirm everything included in the question, so that if they did not wish to affirm the whole of the question they should mention the part of the question they wished to be excepted.
  32. From the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth, too, the English legislature has been peculiarly attentive to the interest of commerce and manufactures, and in reality there is no country in Europe, Holland itself not excepted, of which the law is, upon the whole, more favourable to this sort of industry.
  33. This land tax, as it is called however, is supposed to be one-fifth, not only of the rent of all the land, but of that of all the houses, and of the interest of all the capital stock of Great Britain, that part of it only excepted which is either lent to the public, or employed as farming stock in the cultivation of land.
  34. Sometimes he would strip me stark naked on a carpet, by a good fire, when he would contemplate me almost by the hour, disposing me in all the figures and attitudes of body that it was susceptible of being viewed in; kissing me in every part, the most secret and critical one so far from excepted that it received most of that branch of homage.
  35. These last, however, must have been purchased, either immediately with the produce of domestic industry, or with something else that had been purchased with it; for, the case of war and conquest excepted, foreign goods can never be acquired, but in exchange for something that had been produced at home, either immediately, or after two or more different exchanges.
  36. Now, is it not strange that all this should be the state of the fears and feelings of good people, if they believed such misery was to be the portion of the wicked? The whole race of mankind was swept from the earth by a flood, Noah and his family excepted; but does this good man deplore, in any shape, that as many precious souls should be sent to hell? God also destroyed the cities of the plain.
  37. But, is it not singular that as to the many heroes who have served us during the Revolution, who have now gone to their long home, no notice has been taken of their merits by us, nor any step taken to confer upon them the honor now proposed to be conferred on this officer, whom I acknowledge to be meritorious? We have seen a Greene die, and certainly no man exceeded him in rank or merit, the General-in-chief excepted.
  38. In England, for example, when, by the land-tax, every other sort of revenue was supposed to be assessed at four shillings in the pound, it was very popular to lay a real tax of five shillings and sixpence in the pound upon the salaries of offices which exceeded a hundred pounds a-year; the pensions of the younger branches of the royal family, the pay of the officers of the army and navy, and a few others less obnoxious to envy, excepted.
  39. In what I hoped was a convincing French accent, I admitted to speaking a few words of their lovely tongue and within minutes knew they came from Leeds, owned a dry-cleaning business, were staying in a bloody expensive hotel, thought the food was airy fairy, had tried the paying beach but hoped the free one would be more fun, but it wasn’t because the French are bloody unfriendly – present company excepted – and everything was too bloody pricey.
  40. By a series of most impolitic and ruinous measures,[16] utterly incomprehensible to every rational, sober-minded man, the Southern planters, by their own votes, had succeeded in knocking down the price of cotton to seven cents, and of tobacco (a few choice crops excepted) to nothing—and in raising the price of blankets, (of which a few would not be amiss in a Canadian campaign,) coarse woollens, and every article of first necessity, three or four hundred per cent.
  41. According to the estimation, therefore, by which Great Britain is rated to the land tax, the whole mass of revenue arising from the rent of all the lands, from that of all the houses, and from the interest of all the capital stock, that part of it only excepted which is either lent to the public, or employed in the cultivation of land, does not exceed ten millions sterling a-year, the ordinary revenue which government levies upon the people, even in peaceable times.
  42. Leib presented the memorial of Oliver Evans, stating that the memorialist verily believes himself to be the original proposer of steam-boats and steam-wagons in the United States, (Doctor Franklin only excepted;) and that he conceives his patent, dated February 14, 1804, secured to him the right to use his engine for boats, mills, and land carriages, and praying to be left in full possession of those rights, for reasons stated at large in the memorial; which was read, and ordered to lie on the table.
  43. Against whom? Against those whose blood runs in our veins; in common with whom we claim Shakspeare, and Newton, and Chatham, for our countrymen; whose form of government is the freest on earth, our own only excepted; from whom every valuable principle of our own institutions has been borrowed—representation, jury trial, voting the supplies, writ of habeas corpus—our whole civil and criminal jurisprudence—against our fellow Protestants identified in blood, in language, in religion with ourselves.
  44. Thus, the fifth clause in the first article of the Georgia deed of cession, dated April 24th, 1802, stipulates: That the Territory thus ceded shall form a State, and be admitted as such into the Union, as soon as it shall contain 60,000 free inhabitants, or at an earlier period, if Congress shall think it expedient, on the same conditions and restrictions, with the same privileges, and in the same manner, as is provided in the ordinance of Congress of the 13th day of July, 1787, for the government of the Western Territory of the United States; which ordinance shall, in all its parts, extend to the Mississippi Territory contained in the present act of cession, that article only excepted which forbids slavery.
  45. I had now passed near a month in the enjoyment of all the pleasures of familiarity and society with my companions, whose particular favourites (the baronet excepted, who soon after took Harriet home) had all, on the terms of community established in the house, solicited the gratification of their taste for variety in my embraces; but I had with the utmost art and address, on various pretexts, eluded their pursuit, without giving them cause to complain; and this reserve I used neither out of dislike of them, nor disgust of the thing, but my true reason was my attachment to my own, and my tenderness of invading the choice of my companions, who outwardly exempt, as they seemed, from jealousy, could not but in secret like me the better for the regard I had for, without making a merit of it to them.
  46. The I excepted, the I effaced, the I forgotten, what would be the result of all this? What if I denounce myself? I am arrested; this Champmathieu is released; I am put back in the galleys; that is well—and what then? What is going on here? Ah! here is a country, a town, here are factories, an industry, workers, both men and women, aged grandsires, children, poor people! All this I have created; all these I provide with their living; everywhere where there is a smoking chimney, it is I who have placed the brand on the hearth and meat in the pot; I have created ease, circulation, credit; before me there was nothing; I have elevated, vivified, informed with life, fecundated, stimulated, enriched the whole country-side; lacking me, the soul is lacking; I take myself off, everything dies: and this woman, who has suffered so much, who possesses so many merits in spite of her fall; the cause of all whose misery I have unwittingly been! And that child whom I.

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