Two months after the Western Union had given its weighty endorsement to the telephone, these men organized
a company to do business in New England only, and put fifty thousand dollars in its treasury.
Some day all this will be better organized
, and still better.
Did they grasp that we in our millions were organized
, disciplined, working together?
Spaniards, Englishmen, and Italian malcontents, adventurers of all nations, and soldiers of fortune of every sect, flocked at the first summons under the standard of the Protestants, and organized
themselves like a vast association, whose branches diverged freely over all parts of Europe.
For who is there who does not say to himself, in a society as incongruously organized
This man abolished the old soldiery, organized
the new, gave up old alliances, made new ones; and as he had his own soldiers and allies, on such foundations he was able to build any edifice: thus, whilst he had endured much trouble in acquiring, he had but little in keeping.
Are you aware, my lord, that mendacity is an organized
body, a kind of association of those who have nothing against those who have everything; an association in which every one takes his share; one that elects a leader?
This done, Captain Bonneville made a distribution of his forces: twenty men were to remain with him in garrison to protect the property; the rest were organized
into three brigades, and sent off in different directions, to subsist themselves by hunting the buffalo, until the snow should become too deep.
Of course, yacht racing is an organized
pastime, a function of social idleness ministering to the vanity of certain wealthy inhabitants of these isles nearly as much as to their inborn love of the sea.
A still more formidable opposition was organized
in the Hudson's Bay Company, chartered by Charles II.
de Heuglin, the Austrian vice-consul at Karthoum, has just organized
a very important expedition, the first aim of which is to search for the traveller Vogel, who, in 1853, was sent into the Soudan to associate himself with the labors of Dr.
She was so fascinated that, even before marrying him, she joined a committee that had been organized
abroad to work for the restoration of Poland; and further, she visited the confessional of a celebrated Jesuit priest, who made an absolute fanatic of her.
The "patrollers" were bands of white men--usually young men--who were organized
largely for the purpose of regulating the conduct of the slaves at night in such matters as preventing the slaves from going from one plantation to another without passes, and for preventing them from holding any kind of meetings without permission and without the presence at these meetings of at least one white man.
For the first time in months Lord Greystoke felt that he might indulge in a holiday, and so a great hunt was organized
that the faithful laborers might feast in celebration of the completion of their work.
And then he found himself with a surplus of gold, deposited in the two newly organized
banks; and he was promptly besieged by men and groups of men to enlist his capital in their enterprises.