You are burnt beyond recognition," he added, looking at his wife as one looks at a valuable piece of personal property
which has suffered some damage.
But there is no one thing which men so rarely do, whatever the provocation or inducement, as to bequeath patrimonial property
away from their own blood.
During that term he was to be the property
of his master, and as much a commodity of bargain and sale as an ox, or a joint-stool.
The lawyer explained that the rental was a form--the property
was said to be merely rented until the last payment had been made, the purpose being to make it easier to turn the party out if he did not make the payments.
If a man who has no property
refuses but once to earn nine shillings for the State, he is put in prison for a period unlimited by any law that I know, and determined only by the discretion of those who put him there; but if he should steal ninety times nine shillings from the State, he is soon permitted to go at large again.
I was surveying for a man the other day a single straight line one hundred and thirty-two rods long, through a swamp at whose entrance might have been written the words which Dante read over the entrance to the infernal regions,--"Leave all hope, ye that enter"--that is, of ever getting out again; where at one time I saw my employer actually up to his neck and swimming for his life in his property
, though it was still winter.
He allowed that I was his property
, the captive of his spear.
Cut off thus unexpectedly, he left no will as to the disposal of his property
He reached London from Switzerland in September last; and sold the Combe-Raven property
immediately on his arrival.
Yes, hard of hearing; having that infirmity coming upon me, my son he went into the Law, and he took charge of me, and he by little and little made out this elegant and beautiful property
at once flashed out the husband, wounded in that most vital part of him, his sense of property
Where the qualifications of the electors are the same, whether they have to choose a small or a large number, their votes will fall upon those in whom they have most confidence; whether these happen to be men of large fortunes, or of moderate property
, or of no property