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"Well, well," said his Excellency, "let him copy out the document a second time.
I actually opened the box while I was dressing for dinner and saw the document inside.
It didn't mean much to the fellow, who doubt-less had but little better idea of the contents of the document I had been sent to fetch to his masters than would the cave man who in all probability had dis-covered it.
Monsieur Guillot took the document and buttoned it up in his inside pocket.
This, we may say, is the one moot question that this new-found document clears up.
"Of course we shall at once proceed to do what is necessary with this document and to collect the necessary evidence concerning it; and of course you will receive our usual notification of the cause being in the paper."
He then renewed the conversation, and made great pecuniary offers to the carpenter, in case the latter should give information leading to the discovery of the lost document, and the consequent success of the Eastern claim.
It seems as though they had some objection to committing important documents to the post."
I like my art, and I know how to exercise my art, and I mean to have the keeping of this document.'
The next paragraph asserted that the said Eustace Macallan, taken before John Daviot, Esquire, advocate, Sheriff-Substitute of Mid-Lothian, did in his presence at Edinburgh (on a given date, viz., the 29th of October), subscribe a Declaration stating his innocence of the alleged crime: this Declaration being reserved in the Indictment--together with certain documents, papers and articles, enumerated in an Inventory--to be used in evidence against the prisoner.
I therefore felt disposed to undertake the task, provided documents of sufficient extent and minuteness could be furnished to me.
Brooke, with an easy smile, "but I have documents. I began a long while ago to collect documents.
The "Epigrams of Homer" are derived from the pseudo-Herodotean "Life of Homer", but many of them occur in other documents such as the "Contest of Homer and Hesiod", or are quoted by various ancient authors.
"Tom, if I could show you the translations I have made of the ancient documents, referring to this idol and the wonderful city over which it kept guard, I'm sure you'd come with us."
Remarkable documents,' added the lawyer, raising his eyes to the ceiling,