15, Rue de Nouailles; he has, I believe, two hundred thousand francs in Morrel's hands, and if there be any grounds for apprehension, as this is a greater amount than mine, you will most probably find him better informed than myself.
I had two hundred thousand francs placed in the hands of Morrel & Son; these two hundred thousand francs were the dowry of my daughter, who was to be married in a fortnight, and these two hundred thousand francs were payable, half on the 15th of this month, and the other half on the 15th of next month.
I am about to become worth one hundred thousand
A few only, of whom Lebedeff made one, stood their ground; he had contrived to walk side by side with Rogojin, for he quite understood the importance of a man who had a fortune of a million odd roubles, and who at this moment carried a hundred thousand in his hand.
A hundred thousand," replied the latter, almost in a whisper.
You see, then -- in the first place, a ransom of a hundred thousand crowns.
Or else, what is much better, I deliver him up to King Charles, who, having no longer either a general or an army to fear, nor a diplomatist to trick him, will restore himself, and when once restored, will pay down to me the hundred thousand crowns in question.
1610, a fact which proved that they were guilders of Van Baerle the father and of Van Baerle the grandfather; but we will inform the reader at once that these three or four hundred thousand
guilders were only the pocket money, or sort of purse, for Cornelius van Baerle, the hero of this story, as his landed property in the province yielded him an income of about ten thousand guilders a year.
If this principle be a just one our attention would be directed to a provision in favor of the State governments for an annual sum of about two hundred thousand
pounds; while the exigencies of the Union could be susceptible of no limits, even in imagination.
Another hundred thousand
francs, please to remember.
Its outgoing calls are two hundred thousand
a year and its incoming calls three hundred thousand
, which means that for every morning, evening, or Sunday edition, there has been an average of seven hundred and fifty messages.
And in this time of terror, the regular army was increased an additional hundred thousand
by the government.
I said, sire, that four hundred thousand
pounds are owing to the Scottish army.
There's seven hundred thousand
pound not a quarter of a mile from here.
Nor could the pessimist shake his surety of the three hundred thousand
of Alaskan gold he as going to shake out of the moss-roots.