Besides, he is given up; nobody is looking after him, and nobody will take me up from the advertisement
, I think.
The first thing that put us out was that advertisement
Glancing lazily at the advertisements
on the first page, to begin with, I was astonished by the appearance of the following lines, at the top of a column:
The question passed by me unheeded: my thoughts were dwelling bitterly on Van Brandt and his advertisement
He never saw the dancing-school nor placed his advertisement
for a room in a working-class family.
It IS the gentleman,' observed the stranger, stopping the schoolmaster in the rehearsal of his advertisement
And the young rascal drew a copy of the "Epoque" from his pocket, dated the 21st of October (I recall the fact that the crime was committed on the night between the 24th and 25th), and showing us an advertisement
, he read:
Bowls in Half Moon Street, and waited the result of the advertisement
I am still uncertain which surprised me more, the telegram calling my attention to the advertisement
, or the advertisement
I read the advertisement
once more before replying.
Unwilling, even under this discomfiture, to resign the ingrate and leave her hopeless, in case of her better dispositions obtaining the mastery over the darker side of her character, Mr Meagles, for six successive days, published a discreetly covert advertisement
in the morning papers, to the effect that if a certain young person who had lately left home without reflection, would at any time apply to his address at Twickenham, everything would be as it had been before, and no reproaches need be apprehended.
Bumble's eye rested, was the following advertisement
And who do you expect will answer this advertisement
Pickwick, the president, read the paper, which was filled with original tales, poetry, local news, funny advertisements
, and hints, in which they good-naturedly reminded each other of their faults and short comings.
The resources of my commercial library include a list of useful names to assume; and we can choose one at five minutes' notice, when the admirable man of business who now oppresses us is ready to issue his advertisements