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Wilson was elected, the twins were defeated--crushed, in fact, and left forlorn and substantially friendless.
But as it is wholesome that the parsimonious public should know what has been doing, and still is doing, in this connexion, I mention here that everything set forth in these pages concerning the Court of Chancery is substantially true, and within the truth.
My own story was never written, but the following narrative is Jim's manuscript, substantially as he brought it to me.
The cottage, built substantially of grey stone, stood upon the side of the slope, and a broad strip of garden, half cultivated and half wild, began near the house with cabbages, and ended in a jungle of giant bulrushes as it touched the stream.
M'Dougal, will be substantially proved in the sequel.
He began to regret that he had not constructed the wooden limbs more carefully and substantially. Yet how could he ever have guessed that the man he had made merely to scare old Mombi with would be brought to life by means of a magical powder contained in an old pepper-box?
In the description of the principal outrages, reference has been had to the best authorities of that time, such as they are; the account given in this Tale, of all the main features of the Riots, is substantially correct.
To a certain extent, the benefits of that union will be obtained from making the chief justice of the Supreme Court the president of the court of impeachments, as is proposed to be done in the plan of the convention; while the inconveniences of an entire incorporation of the former into the latter will be substantially avoided.
My determination to take up my abode in a French interior was largely dictated by the supposition that I should be substantially disagreeable to its inmates.
Substantially, as I have already said of her, she was a good-natured woman.
Augustus) is the first to mention such a body of poetry, and it is likely enough that this is, at least substantially, the one which has come down to us.
And when they are housed, they will work, in summer, commonly, stripped and barefoot, but in winter substantially clothed and shod.