that her ladyship was ready to see Sergeant Cuff--in my presence as before--and he added that he himself wanted to say two words to the Sergeant first.
Casaubon had called, but the reading of this letter assured him of the fact, for Dorothea mentioned that it was to be carried by herself.
She had not mentioned the fact of Will's name being connected with the public story-- this detail not immediately affecting her--and he now heard it for the first time.
"But then at other times I have not resolution enough for it.-- I cannot bear the thoughts of making him so miserable, as I know the very mention of such a thing would do.
Not a soul of all my relations know of it but Anne, and I never should have mentioned it to you, if I had not felt the greatest dependence in the world upon your secrecy; and I really thought my behaviour in asking so many questions about Mrs.
I knew that--and yet even the mention of his age, when I contrasted it with hers, added to my blind hatred and distrust of him.
You mentioned just now the alternative of consulting Mr.
When I mention religion, I mean the Christian religion; and not only the Christian religion, but the Protestant religion; and not only the Protestant religion, but the Church of England.
To this Square answered; that it was impossible to discourse philosophically concerning words, till their meaning was first established: that there were scarce any two words of a more vague and uncertain signification, than the two he had mentioned; for that there were almost as many different opinions concerning honour, as concerning religion.
Why, otherwise, had she looked up so eagerly the moment her daughter mentioned the postmark.
Vanstone ever mentioned, in the presence of her daughters, the name of Captain Wragge?
If the honour were proposed to me of becoming known to Mr Dorrit's family--I think two daughters were mentioned?--'
'I think,' repeated Mrs General, 'two daughters were mentioned?'
"Nowadays old friends are not remembered," the countess would say when Boris was mentioned
The parts of Tragedy which must be treated as elements of thc whole have been already mentioned
. The quantitative parts the separate parts into which it is divided--are here enumerated.]