It has often been a matter of regret with me; for, going back, perhaps, to the days of the Protectorate, those papers
must have contained many references to forgotten or remembered men, and to antique customs, which would have affected me with the same pleasure as when I used to pick up Indian arrow-heads in the field near the Old Manse.
In the end he seized the paper
and rushed out of the house, and all the way across the yards to Halsted Street.
If you ask which is the best of these second-class papers
they say there is no difference; one is as good as another.
First we had supper, and then tramped up and down the deck together smoking till most midnight; then we went and set down in my stateroom and locked the doors and looked in the piece of paper
to see if the di'monds was all right, then laid it on the lower berth right in full sight; and there we set, and set, and by-and-by it got to be dreadful hard to keep awake.
Had any papers
been handed about among them, similar to these lists?
All that is here in Spanish is what the Moorish paper
contains, and you must bear in mind that when it says 'Lela Marien' it means 'Our Lady the Virgin Mary.
My brother felt no anxiety about us, as he knew from the description in the papers
that the cylinder was a good two miles from my house.
These, we presume, indicated the nature of the papers
which had been destroyed by Colonel Openshaw.
I think my own authority will stretch to examining the servants and the poor fellow's papers
, to see if there is anything that concerns them.
Being a prudent man and accustomed to take care of your own affairs, you begin to rummage among the papers
as you have come into; don't you?
It was curious to see newsboys selling papers
in so dreamy a land as that.
Meanwhile you will leave me these papers
, and I think that it is very likely that I shall be able to pay you a visit shortly and to throw some light upon your case.
Notices to this effect found their way into the literary papers
, and for some time Katharine worked with a sense of great pride and achievement.
collected here under the name of 'My Literary Passions' were printed serially in a periodical of such vast circulation that they might well have been supposed to have found there all the acceptance that could be reasonably hoped for them.
De Witt, after having said some few words to Cornelius, the meaning of which the prying neighbour could not read in the movement of his lips, took from his breast pocket a white parcel, carefully sealed, which Boxtel, judging from the manner in which Cornelius received it, and placed it in one of the presses, supposed to contain papers
of the greatest importance.