How the poem proceeded we have no means of knowing, but we may suppose that in character it was not unlike the short account
of the Titan War found in the Hesiodic "Theogony" (617 ff.).
A short account
of Jenny Jones, with the difficulties and discouragements which may attend young women in the pursuit of learning.
As I have lived a long time in this country, and borne a share in all that has passed, I will present the reader with a short account
of what I have observed, and of the revolution which forced us to abandon Aethiopia, and destroyed all our hopes of reuniting this kingdom with the Roman Church.
A short account
of myself, I believe, will be necessary, and it SHALL be a short one.
She gave him a short account
of her party and business at Lyme.
At the short account
of her father's death Miss Morstan had turned deadly white, and for a moment I feared that she was about to faint.
It was a short account
of the facts with which he was himself more familiar than the writer could have been.
It is a short account
of the facts elicited at the death of Sir Charles Baskerville which occurred a few days before that date."
Katharine, having interposed a short account
of the interview with her father, Denham made no comment, but said:
It would be difficult to find a better short account
of the involvement of the Scriblerians in the South Sea project (and since in one instance my own ignorance is corrected, let me acknowledge a personal debt).
In 1503 Vespucci wrote a short account
of his third voyage that soon appeared in a Latin version, Mundus Novus (1504).
In the May 1986 CHEMISTRY AND INDUSTRY, just a few months after Braish made his discovery, Buckley had published a short account
of separate experiments by him and others involving two simple organic compounds that have their own repertoire of bizarre antics.