But his power and wisdom grew with the weight of his burthens.
I want not to take you away from your burthens, but to share them.'
She could have strangled little Dan when he came, for adding to her burthens.
Sixthly, If we look into Parishes, the burthens there are many.
The men bear no burthens, nor carry anything of weight; such are borne by women and old men who are of the least esteem.
The Cythnas of the present day have felt their burthens more directly than Shelley did.
In this case his personal liberty subsisted along with the burthens of territorial servitude.
He rose with a lion added to the burthens of his conscience, and held out his hand to assist her.
How our politicians bowed their strong shoulders under its burthens!
Do you propose, that these 30,000 shall bear an equal part of burthens and impositions?