The thing never got a chance to die, for every day, at one place or another, possible purchasers
looked us over, and, as often as any other way, their comment on the king was something like this:
la Duchesse, and I found that it was expected that a certain lady of that rank, one who had enjoyed the extraordinary luck of retaining her fortune, being of an old and historical family, and who was at the head of fashion in the faubourg, would become the purchaser
While, however, he discharged his functions with credit and fidelity, Marmaduke never seemed to lose sight of his own interests; for, when the estates of the adherents of the crown fell under the hammer, by the acts of confiscation, he appeared in New York, and became the purchaser
of extensive possessions at comparatively low prices.
I should be willing to sell the place for any fair price--so long, of course, as the purchaser
was one I liked and of whom I approved.
And so far as could be seen from the road - which it stood too near - the house itself appeared to be the one thing that the horsey purchaser
had left much as he found it.
My mother, I suppose, attracted the attention of a purchaser
who was afterward my owner and hers.
One thing has come on top of another: her rags to buy, and now a purchaser
has turned up for the Moscow estate and for the house.
But against his taking this step, which he still felt to be a contemptible relinquishment of present work, a guilty turning aside from what was a real and might be a widening channel for worthy activity, to start again without any justified destination, there was this obstacle, that the purchaser
, if procurable at all, might not be quickly forthcoming.
She was as elated about her house as if it were a real house, and always trembled when any possible purchaser
of spaces called.
It's worth while trying, however, my dear: do you procure the drawings, and I'll endeavour to find a purchaser
Cement sidewalks were also laid, so that all the purchaser
had to do was to select his lot and architect and start building.
And Barney entered into the hell of education that later won his purchaser
more time than he could deliver over the best vaudeville circuits in Canada and the United States.
He had gone abroad with his wife to live on the little income that had been saved from the wreck of his fortune; and he had left the house and lands in such a state of neglect that no new purchaser
had thus far been found to take them.
of a black servant was persuaded that the color of his skin arose from dirt contracted through the neglect of his former masters.
A POLITICAL Preferment, labelled with its price, was canvassing the State to find a purchaser