And this, as I imagine, is the reason why the forwardness to take office, instead of waiting to be compelled, has been deemed
A crowd who exhibit what they deem
to be broken hearts--and among them many lovelorn maids and bachelors, and men of disappointed ambition in arts or politics, and the poor who were once rich, or who have sought to be rich in vain--the great majority of these may ask admittance into some other fraternity.
"There goes a woman," resumed Roger Chillingworth, after a pause, "who, be her demerits what they may, hath none of that mystery of hidden sinfulness which you deem
so grievous to be borne.
And because she did not--most likely she deemed
me unappreciative--I cried all the way home on the three-mile tramp from the school to the ranch.
"I found or devised something for you three weeks ago; but as you seemed both useful and happy here--as my sisters had evidently become attached to you, and your society gave them unusual pleasure- -I deemed
it inexpedient to break in on your mutual comfort till their approaching departure from Marsh End should render yours necessary."
Yet, changed as he was, he would seldom be conscious of it, but deem
himself the same man as ever; glimpses of the truth indeed.
Even thus was Menelaus glad when his eyes caught sight of Alexandrus, for he deemed
that now he should be revenged.
He made, as he advanced, many courteous signs of greeting to the men he passed, neglecting to notice the women, however, like one who deemed
their favor, in the present enterprise, of no importance.
Wherefore he fled from what he deemed
his father's house and in his flight he encountered and unwillingly slew his father Laius.
In the first place, it may be deemed
almost superfluous to establish the fact, that among people at large, the business of whaling is not accounted on a level with what are called the liberal professions.
The last and most successful one was that of tarring his fence all around; after which, if a slave was caught with any tar upon his person, it was deemed
sufficient proof that he had either been into the garden, or had tried to get in.
I mean not therefore to contend that the United States, in the course of legislation upon the objects intrusted to their direction, may not commit the decision of causes arising upon a particular regulation to the federal courts solely, if such a measure should be deemed
expedient; but I hold that the State courts will be divested of no part of their primitive jurisdiction, further than may relate to an appeal; and I am even of opinion that in every case in which they were not expressly excluded by the future acts of the national legislature, they will of course take cognizance of the causes to which those acts may give birth.