I could have got a title easily enough, and that would have raised me a large step in everybody's eyes; even in the king's, the giver of it.
And he and they liked me, and respected my office; but as an animal, without birth or sham title, they looked down upon me -- and were not par- ticularly private about it, either.
It is written that every man who received such a beating from the Father of Waterwheels who slow the Emirs, should instantly begin a lawsuit, because the title to his land is not valid.
Your titles are in my hands--they are good," said the Governor.
Athos, who was of as high birth as the emperor and who inherits one estate which gives him the title of comte, what is he to do with all those dignities -- the Comte de la Fere, Comte de Bragelonne?
Yes, for his eminence will give you all that you want -- land, money, and titles.
Which seems to me the finest title
under the royalty of July," replied Danglars.
This work was divided into four (Suidas says five) books, the last one (or two) of which was known as the "Eoiae" and may have been again a distinct poem: the curious title
will be explained presently.
This that comes next," said the barber, "is the 'Diana,' entitled the 'Second Part, by the Salamancan,' and this other has the same title
, and its author is Gil Polo.
The same title
has been bestowed on Venice, where absolute power over the great body of the people is exercised, in the most absolute manner, by a small body of hereditary nobles.
They at first addressed him by his name; giving him his title
of captain, with a French accent: but they soon gave him a title
of their own; which, as usual with Indian titles
, had a peculiar signification.
If you choose to use that title
," said the Warden: "but 'Your Excellency' will be the proper style of address.
and will be induced to inquire by what species of courtesy these attempts have been permitted to assume that title
BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the thirteenth day of June, in the forty-seventh year of the Independence of the United States of America, Charles Wiley, of the said District, hath deposited in this office the title
of a Book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words and figures following, to wit:
Perhaps I should admit on the title
page that this book is "By L.