I've so often read in the newspapers, at the end of trials, "There was some attempts at applause, which was immediately suppressed by the officers of the court," and I never understood what it meant till now.
You may go,' said the King, and the Hatter hurriedly left the court, without even waiting to put his shoes on.
Maitre Henri Robert thereupon asked the court to hear Frederic Larsan on this point.
Mademoiselle Stangerson's murderer, flying through the court, was fired on; it was thought he was struck, perhaps killed.
I am not at the moment prepared to inform the court in what exact remove he is a cousin, but he IS a cousin.
A battery of blue bags is loaded with heavy charges of papers and carried off by clerks; the little mad old woman marches off with her documents; the empty court is locked up.
Doolittle, in the face of this court, put ting it to your conscience and your knowledge of the law, whether you had any right to enter that man’s dwelling?
There was a good deal passed betwixt us—but I’ve the warrant in my pocket; maybe the court would wish to see it?
The whole Court
was there, and the little kitchenmaid was allowed to stand behind the door, now that she was a Court
That your lordship was about to treat with the court
Emmy, too, was presented to the august family, and as mourning is not admitted in Court
on certain days, she appeared in a pink crape dress with a diamond ornament in the corsage, presented to her by her brother, and she looked so pretty in this costume that the Duke and Court
(putting out of the question the Major, who had scarcely ever seen her before in an evening dress, and vowed that she did not look five-and-twenty) all admired her excessively.
In conjunction with an executive council, he appoints the members of the judiciary department, and forms a court
of impeachment for trial of all officers, judiciary as well as executive.