"Then listen to what they are, for to you I give the charge of delivering them again.
"I had a deal of difficulty in delivering your message, for I could not find Blakeney anywhere at first . . ."
To hold any other view is to regard yourself as an exhibit instead of as a messenger with a message worth delivering.
Of course, there are many ways of delivering it; this is only one of several good interpretations that might be chosen.
Kendall shivered visibly--"and Margaret was just delivering herself of a final blow that sent the great bully off blubbering."
Sir John chatted gaily until he gained good ground for delivering to her the message that instinct had so prompted him to utter.
I read, in every word of his plain impressive way of delivering himself, new evidence of his having thought of this one topic, in every feature it presented.
It is not easy to appreciate to the full the daring exemplified in these great crushing rolls, or rather "rock-crackers," without having watched them in operation delivering their "solar-plexus" blows.
That gentleman and his son partly from a jealousy entertained of Lord Fairfax, partly repenting of their engagements against the king, had entered into a correspondence with Newcastle, and had expressed an intention of delivering Hull into his hands.
Nor were his good wishes in vain; for the pious labourer in the spiritual field reaped therein a great harvest of believers, delivering all that province (according to the inner signification of his name) from long iniquity and unhappiness, and bringing it to the faith and works of righteousness, and the gifts of everlasting happiness.