In numbers

in numbered parts; as, a book published in numbers.

See also: Number

References in classic literature ?
Writing the words L'Empereur Napoleon in numbers, it appears that the sum of them is 666, and that Napoleon therefore the beast foretold in the Apocalypse.
They continued their hostilities in this manner until the fifteenth of April, 1777, when they attacked Boonsborough with a party of above one hundred in number, killed one man, and wounded four--Their loss in this attack was not certainly known to us.
The Indians had spies out viewing our movements, and were greatly alarmed with our increase in number and fortifications.
On the eighth, the Indian army arrived, being four hundred and forty-four in number, commanded by Capt.
On the twenty-second day of June, 1780, a large party of Indians and Canadians, about six hundred in number, commanded by Col.
Ashton, with twenty-five men, pursued, and overtook the savages, and a smart fight ensued, which lasted two hours; but they being superior in number, obliged Captain Ashton's party to retreat, with the loss of eight killed, and four mortally wounded; their brave commander himself being numbered among the dead.
The change in her, strengthened the cherub's interest in number four, and he said quietly: 'May not be so, my dear?
The white men among you," said he, "are few in number, it is true, but they are mighty in medicine.
I cannot doubt that if other animals and plants, equal in number to our domesticated productions, and belonging to equally diverse classes and countries, were taken from a state of nature, and could be made to breed for an equal number of generations under domestication, they would vary on an average as largely as the parent species of our existing domesticated productions have varied.