Malte-Brun ("New Annals
of Travels, Geography, History, and Archaeology, by M.
The case is unparalleled in the annals
of this court, and this court thinks--"
of this short-lived era of despair make bloody reading.
The usual "Sports" were to take place--such as running, jumping, "putting" the hammer, throwing cricket-balls, and the like--and the whole was to wind up with a Foot-Race of unexampled length and difficulty in the annals
of human achievement between the two best men on either side.
This one of President Barbicane, unique in the annals
of gunnery, might well cost five thousand times more.
During the year 186-, the whole world was greatly excited by a scientific experiment unprecedented in the annals
3] I have described and named these species in the Annals
He must attain and maintain that lofty sight where facts yield their secret sense, and poetry and annals are alike.
In the story of the Boy and the Mantle even a mature reader may be surprised with a glow of virtuous pleasure at the triumph of the gentle Venelas; and indeed all the postulates of elfin annals,--that the fairies do not like to be named; that their gifts are capricious and not to be trusted; that who seeks a treasure must not speak; and the like,--I find true in Concord, however they might be in Cornwall or Bretagne.
On the 15th of January, that is to say, two months and a half after the tragic events I have narrated, the "Epoque" printed, as the first column of the front page, the following sensational article: "The Seine-et-Oise jury is summoned to-day to give its verdict on one of the most mysterious affairs in the annals
The most solemn student of these annals cannot affirm that he has cut through many doors in our company, since
inexcusable gusto; there is none other like it for me to tell; it is my one ewe-lamb in all these annals.
One of the wildest of these stories related to a Yellow Diamond-- a famous gem in the native annals
The forcible administration of poison is by no means a new thing in criminal annals
That a man on the very night of joining the lodge should have done something which brought him before the magistrate was a new record in the annals
of the society.