New York

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The immediate effect upon New York of the sudden onset of war was merely to intensify her normal vehemence.
To the normal high-strung energy of New York streets was added a touch of war-fever.
In New York, for instance, the price had to be raised to $240, which lifted the telephone as high above the mass of the citizens as though it were a piano or a diamond sunburst.
A great corporation, nerved at every point with telephone wires, may now pay fifty thousand dollars to the Bell Company, while at the same time a young Irish immigrant boy, just arrived in New York City, may offer five coppers and find at his disposal a fifty million dollar telephone system.
In matters intellectual and artistic Newland Archer felt himself distinctly the superior of these chosen specimens of old New York gentility; he had probably read more, thought more, and even seen a good deal more of the world, than any other man of the number.
For the first time since her arrival in New York she felt almost easy in her mind.
Otsego has now become one of the most populous districts of New York.
Herman's roving disposition, and a desire to support himself independently of family assistance, soon led him to ship as cabin boy in a New York vessel bound for Liverpool.
In New York we all wear labels, stating our incomes and prospects in clear lettering.
he sent me a telegram at one o'clock this morning saying he'd be sure to meet us in New York.
The United States were the first in the field; and in New York they made preparations for an expedition destined to pursue this narwhal.
They would reach New York on the evening, if not on the morning, of the 11th, and there was still some chances that it would be before the steamer sailed for Liverpool.
I am now alarmed lest this cursed breaking of our machinery may detain us so long that the Morrow will get to New York before us, and the poor girl will not know where to go.
Oh, no--far from it--but we don't speak of this publicly, it being a sort of disgrace in New York, you know, not to be thought worth at least half a million.
New York would neither be willing nor able to forego this advantage.