Thornton Lacey was the name of his impending living, as Miss Crawford well knew; and her interest in a negotiation
for William Price's knave increased.
He has fought battles here which he has lost, he is therefore a bad captain; he has succeeded in no negotiation
, he is therefore a bad diplomatist; he has paraded his wants and his miseries in all the courts of Europe, he has therefore a weak and pusillanimous heart.
Louisa could not listen at all to his account of a conversation which he had just held with Dr Shirley: she was at a window, looking out for Captain Wentworth; and even Henrietta had at best only a divided attention to give, and seemed to have forgotten all the former doubt and solicitude of the negotiation
Krook is at home, as in that case they may complete the negotiation
TIME had advanced to after noon before the selection of Geoffrey's future wife was accomplished, and before the instructions of Geoffrey's brother were complete enough to justify the opening of the matrimonial negotiation
at Nagle's Hotel.
You will understand what followed, when Lady Janet opened her matrimonial negotiation
For which reason she'll work all the better now,' said Ralph, putting in a word, lest this confession should injure the negotiation
Next, after long negotiations
and vacillations, coupled with much vivid description of our destitute position, our desolation, and our helplessness, Anna invited us to pay her (as she expressed it) a "return visit.
I hope, madame, that the cardinal will not enter into negotiations
with such men
She maintained this belligerent attitude for several days, during which time a series of informal negotiations
were pending, and wide alarm spread over the island.
In all negotiations
of difficulty, a man may not look to sow and reap at once; but must prepare business, and so ripen it by degrees.
His idea of bringing the Emersons to Windy Corner struck her as decidedly good, and she carried through the negotiations
without a hitch.
At length Aramis, upon whose promises there was least dependence to be placed, wrote Colbert the following letter, on the subject of the negotiations
which he had undertaken at Madrid:
Murat declared that negotiations
for peace were already proceeding, and that he therefore offered this truce to avoid unnecessary bloodshed.
He has been employed in negotiations
for making foreign railways--repudiated by an unprincipled Government.