Too much, however, has been made of this question both in ancient and in modern times
But further investigations have recently proved to me, that in modern times
there have been isolated instances of the presence of the sperm whale in the Mediterranean.
The means of revenue, which have been so greatly multiplied by the increase of gold and silver and of the arts of industry, and the science of finance, which is the offspring of modern times
, concurring with the habits of nations, have produced an entire revolution in the system of war, and have rendered disciplined armies, distinct from the body of the citizens, the inseparable companions of frequent hostility.
If any degenerate monarch of modern times
could be in any way compared with him, I should say the venerable King Cole would be that illustrious potentate.
No one would either ask or answer such a question in modern times
The patron of The Young Amelia proposed as a place of landing the Island of Monte Cristo, which being completely deserted, and having neither soldiers nor revenue officers, seemed to have been placed in the midst of the ocean since the time of the heathen Olympus by Mercury, the god of merchants and robbers, classes of mankind which we in modern times
have separated if not made distinct, but which antiquity appears to have included in the same category.
The scheme of representation, as a substitute for a meeting of the citizens in person, being at most but very imperfectly known to ancient polity, it is in more modern times
only that we are to expect instructive examples.
La knew that she was beautiful--and she was beautiful, not by the standards of prehistoric Atlantis alone, but by those of modern times
was La physically a creature of perfection.
It was reported on good authority that he was in receipt of one of the largest incomes derived from the practice of medicine in modern times
seemed to me the greatest picture of modern times
Yards, furlongs, miles arose; and on went old John in the pleasantest manner possible, trimming off an exuberance in this place, shearing away some liberty of speech or action in that, and conducting himself in his small way with as much high mightiness and majesty, as the most glorious tyrant that ever had his statue reared in the public ways, of ancient or of modern times
The style of the letter was decidedly concise and terse; but Tom thought it the most wonderful specimen of composition that had appeared in modern times