It is true that sick-beds are the time when such correspondences
as this are looked on with different countenances, and seen with other eyes than we saw them with, or than they appeared with before.
Blake (who prohibits everything else) prohibits the appearance of the present correspondence
in Miss Clack's narrative?
"Sire, I desire that this office be invested with the right of reading the correspondence
Thinking it just possible--if he kept his eyes and ears well open at Swanhaven--that he might improve his prospect of making a marketable commodity of the stolen correspondence
"All this is quite true, my dear Cornelius, but still more certain it is, that if at this moment our correspondence
with the Marquis de Louvois were discovered, skilful pilot as I am, I should not be able to save the frail barque which is to carry the brothers De Witt and their fortunes out of Holland.
William Carey had prided himself on never destroying anything, and there were piles of correspondence
dating back for fifty years and bundles upon bundles of neatly docketed bills.
If in fact the window is to the left of the door, there is a correspondence
between the image and the objective; there is the same relation between the window and the door as between the images of them.
The hero's rogue servant, Chispa, seemed to me, then and long afterwards, so fine a bit of Spanish character that I chose his name for my first pseudonym when I began to write for the newspapers, and signed my legislative correspondence
for a Cincinnati paper with it.
In the meantime, Emily, left by herself, had her own correspondence
to occupy her attention.
Astor's Grand Commercial Scheme.-His Correspondence
on the Subject With Mr.
For side-splitting comedy we would refer our readers to the correspondence
between the Board of Control and the Cretan premier during the "war." However, all's well that ends well.
MANY have an opinion not wise, that for a prince to govern his estate, or for a great person to govern his proceedings, according to the respect of factions, is a principal part of policy; whereas contrariwise, the chiefest wisdom, is either in ordering those things which are general, and wherein men of several factions do nevertheless agree; or in dealing with correspondence
to particular persons, one by one.