At seven o'clock, the four members
ascended to the clubroom, tied their badges round their heads, and took their seats with great solemnity.
So long as the separate organization of the members
be not abolished; so long as it exists, by a constitutional necessity, for local purposes; though it should be in perfect subordination to the general authority of the union, it would still be, in fact and in theory, an association of states, or a confederacy.
He never used the cosy chambers which the Reform provides for its favoured members
The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members
chosen every second Year by the People of the several States, and the electors in each State shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the State legislature.
From any point of view, I had rather be what I am, a member
of the Negro race, than be able to claim membership with the most favoured of any other race.
Oh,' she would reply promptly, 'you canna expect me to be sharp in the uptake when I am no' a member
of a club.
While the topic of the Countess's marriage was still the one topic of conversation, a member
of the club entered the smoking-room whose appearance instantly produced a dead silence.
My friend," said the Undertaker Who Was a Member
of a Trust, "this is a most hateful and injurious scheme.
Although a few members
of the graver professions live about Golden Square, it is not exactly in anybody's way to or from anywhere.
On the morrow after this conversation every member
of the association received a sealed circular couched in the following terms:
Waterhouse has remarked that, when a member
belonging to one group of animals exhibits an affinity to a quite distinct group, this affinity in most cases is general and not special: thus, according to Mr.
Though the reader may have long since concluded Lady Bellaston to be a member
(and no inconsiderable one) of the great world; she was in reality a very considerable member
of the little world; by which appellation was distinguished a very worthy and honourable society which not long since flourished in this kingdom.
In order to attend one of these dances you must be a member
of the Give and Take--or, if you belong to the division that starts off with the right foot in waltzing, you must work in Rhinegold's paper-box factory.
Just look at him," said the little old man, pointing with his embroidered hat to Karenin in a court uniform with the new red ribbon across his shoulders, standing in the doorway of the hall with an influential member
of the Imperial Council.
I became a - er - general member
of this Society," the Duke continued, "sympathising heartily with its objects as explained to me by you, Prince, and believing, although to confess it is somewhat of a humiliation, that a certain amount of - er - combination amongst the aristocracy has become necessary to resist the terrible increase of Socialism which we must all so much deplore.