Paris was the best place in which to dispose of
her effects, and thither she and Adrienne came, without a moment's delay.
I am the only person possessing the right to dispose of
my daughter's hand.
Thus trained in the exercise not only of free will, but despotic authority, Rowena was, by her previous education, disposed both to resist and to resent any attempt to control her affections, or dispose of
her hand contrary to her inclinations, and to assert her independence in a case in which even those females who have been trained up to obedience and subjection, are not infrequently apt to dispute the authority of guardians and parents.
The first is, by knowing how, with prudence, to dispose of
a wife, a daughter, or a sister; the second, by betraying or undermining his predecessor; and the third is, by a furious zeal, in public assemblies, against the corruption's of the court.
Why, no,' said the collector; 'they couldn't very well dispose of
her at night, and so she is staying with an acquaintance of hers, and another young lady; they both belong to the theatre.
Rawdon had kindly busied themselves with Sir Pitt, who was to dispose of
the remainder most advantageously for her, when he had time.
This merchandise is his, but I have resolved to dispose of
it for the benefit of his family if I should ever chance to meet with them.
The persecution then becoming general, there was no longer any place of security for us in Abyssinia, where we were looked upon by all as the authors of all the civil commotions, and many councils were held to determine in what manner they should dispose of
They come and go," says he, "when and where they please; provide their own horses, arms, and other equipments; trap and trade on their own account, and dispose of
their skins and peltries to the highest bidder.
I've been into the City to-day as you know," Trent continued, "and I found as I expected that you have been making efforts to dispose of
your share in the Bekwando Syndicate.
The brothers are closeted next morning in the ironmaster's room, where the elder is proceeding, in his clear sensible way, to show how he thinks he may best dispose of
George in his business, when George squeezes his hand and stops him.
This surplus it was compelled to dispose of
abroad, and, what of its colossal plans, it needed money.