Yea, ye also, my friends, will be alarmed by my wild wisdom; and perhaps ye will flee therefrom, along with mine
According to the general regulation, the apire is not allowed to halt for breath, except the mine is six hundred feet deep.
After staggering to the pile of ore, they emptied the "carpacho;" in two or three seconds recovering their breath, they wiped the sweat from their brows, and apparently quite fresh descended the mine again at a quick pace.
The ore when brought out of the mine is broken into pieces, and the useless stone thrown on one side.
Yet there can be no doubt, that the same capital well employed in these mines would have yielded an immense return, a confidential man of business, a practical miner and assayer, would have been all that was required.
of these mines about the number of foreigners now scattered over the whole country, he told me that, though quite a young man, he remembers when he was a boy at school at Coquimbo, a holiday being given to see the captain of an English ship, who was brought to the city to speak to the governor.
I presume you will send out an expert to the mine first?
Perfectly," Aynesworth answered; "I still think, however, that much the wiser course would be to send an expert to the mine first.
The mine was still deserted, and no fresh inspection had been made.
The medicine is potent for good, and were it my child -- yea, mine own, as well as thine
It seemed not so wild a dream -- old as I was, and sombre as I was, and misshapen as I was -- that the simple bliss, which is scattered far and wide, for all mankind to gather up, might yet be mine.
Not the less he is mine," resumed he, with a look of confidence, as if destiny were at one with him.