Then she says all right, she will give me one thousand
All these things, and a thousand like them, came to pass in and close upon the dear old year one thousand
seven hundred and seventy-five.
Done in Convention by the Unanimous Consent of the States present the Seventeenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand
seven hundred and eighty seven and of the Independence of the United States of America the Twelfth In Witness whereof We have hereunto subscribed our Names,
As for Nicholas, he lived a single man on the patrimonial estate until he grew tired of living alone, and then he took to wife the daughter of a neighbouring gentleman with a dower of one thousand
Not before have I ever had one thousand
francs of my own.
A ROBBER who had plundered a Merchant of one thousand
pieces of gold was taken before the Cadi, who asked him if he had anything to say why he should not be decapitated.
works of one thousand
eminent scientists, who have illuminated the
First, there was the account-current of the produce of my farm or plantation, from the year when their fathers had balanced with my old Portugal captain, being for six years; the balance appeared to be one thousand
one hundred and seventy-four moidores in my favour.
of the prisoners were sent to Massachusetts; and Grandfather allowed his fancy to follow them thither, and tried to give his auditors an idea of their situation.
The fall would have been only one hundred feet, but it would have closed me out as effectually as one thousand
, therefore I respected the distance accordingly, and was glad when the trip was done.
Of them," said Sancho, "there are three thousand three hundred and odd; of these I have given myself five, the rest remain; let the five go for the odd ones, and let us take the three thousand three hundred, which at a quarter real apiece (for I will not take less though the whole world should bid me) make three thousand three hundred quarter reals; the three thousand are one thousand
five hundred half reals, which make seven hundred and fifty reals; and the three hundred make a hundred and fifty half reals, which come to seventy-five reals, which added to the seven hundred and fifty make eight hundred and twenty-five reals in all.
Most important of all, in view of the dangers which might surround us, we had our four rifles and one thousand
three hundred rounds, also a shot-gun, but not more than a hundred and fifty medium pellet cartridges.
They die from the same causes as you or I might: those who do not live their allotted span of life, one thousand
years, when by the authority of custom they may take their way in happiness through the long tunnel that leads to Issus.
There were slain and drowned in this fight well near one thousand
of the enemies, and two special commanders.
From whence it happens that although the country is able to support fifteen hundred horse and thirty thousand foot, the number does not amount to one thousand