Of the fact there could be no doubt and, examining myself and others, I was led to conclusions, in reference to the effect of public office
on the character, not very favourable to the mode of life in question.
Thus we may, perhaps, with little danger, relate the history of Fisher; who having long owed his bread to the generosity of Mr Derby, and having one morning received a considerable bounty from his hands, yet, in order to possess himself of what remained in his friend's scrutore, concealed himself in a public office
of the Temple, through which there was a passage into Mr Derby's chambers.
At the man's were a Member, an Engineer, a Payer-off of the National Debt, a Poem on Shakespeare, a Grievance, and a Public Office
, who all seem to be utter strangers to Veneering.
Like a flash I called up the public office
of the Central Police, telling them to go at once to the Inspector's aid in his private office.
But he had technically laid himself open to the malice of his enemies and was condemned to very heavy penalties, of which two were enforced, namely, perpetual incapacitation from holding public office
, and banishment from Court.
She had now seen all that were at home; there remained only two brothers between herself and Susan, one of whom was a clerk in a public office
in London, and the other midshipman on board an Indiaman.
The courts are all shut up; the public offices
lie in a hot sleep.
In the centre of the town is the Plaza, where the public offices
, fortress, cathedral, etc., stand.
The men held most of the public offices
, and the women were foremost in all good works.
They were dispersed all over the public offices
, and held all sorts of public places.
One finds them at the tops of professions, with letters after their names; they sit in luxurious public offices
, with private secretaries attached to them; they write solid books in dark covers, issued by the presses of the two great universities, and when one of them dies the chances are that another of them writes his biography.
There is yet, in the Temple, something of a clerkly monkish atmosphere, which public offices
of law have not disturbed, and even legal firms have failed to scare away.