They were documents
, in short, not official, but of a private nature, or, at least, written in his private capacity, and apparently with his own hand.
In 1829 he reentered Africa by the western coast of the Gulf of Benin; he then followed in the track of Mungo Park and of Laing, recovered at Boussa the documents
relative to the death of the former, and arrived on the 20th of August at Sackatoo, where he was seized and held as a prisoner, until he expired in the arms of his faithful attendant Richard Lander.
But nothing sensational was discovered among the documents
which filled his drawers.
No, bwother, I have gwown mustaches myself," said Denisov on reading these documents
, and he wrote to the German that, despite his heartfelt desire to serve under so valiant and renowned a general, he had to forgo that pleasure because he was already under the command of the Polish general.
Each district, under the new system, had its flag, its bottle of ink, its sheaf of documents
tabulated and filed for reference in a drawer, so that by looking under M or S, as the case might be, you had all the facts with respect to the Suffrage organizations of that county at your fingers' ends.
Brooke, shaking his head; "I cannot let young ladies meddle with my documents
It seems as though they had some objection to committing important documents
to the post.
the 29th of October), subscribe a Declaration stating his innocence of the alleged crime: this Declaration being reserved in the Indictment--together with certain documents
, papers and articles, enumerated in an Inventory--to be used in evidence against the prisoner.
The "Epigrams of Homer" are derived from the pseudo-Herodotean "Life of Homer", but many of them occur in other documents
such as the "Contest of Homer and Hesiod", or are quoted by various ancient authors.
To these he responded with the greatest liberality, and with no lack of formality; always first writing to appoint a time at which the applicant might wait upon him in his room, and then receiving him in the midst of a vast accumulation of documents
, and accompanying his donation (for he said in every such case, 'it is a donation, not a loan') with a great deal of good counsel: to the effect that he, the expiring Father of the Marshalsea, hoped to be long remembered, as an example that a man might preserve his own and the general respect even there.
And they must be coped with to some extent, because they all enclose documents
(they call their scraps documents
; but they are, as to papers deserving the name, what minced veal is to a calf), the non-return of which would be their ruin.
,' added the lawyer, raising his eyes to the ceiling,