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John, English surgeon, 1804-1878. See: Hilton law, Hilton white line, Hilton method, Hilton sac.
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Hilton Cubitt, please continue your most interesting statement."
The moment that Hilton Cubitt's broad back had disappeared through the door my comrade rushed to the table, laid out all the slips of paper containing dancing men in front of him, and threw himself into an intricate and elaborate calculation.
On the evening of the second there came a letter from Hilton Cubitt.
This message makes it even more essential that we should not lose an hour in letting Hilton Cubitt know how matters stand, for it is a singular and a dangerous web in which our simple Norfolk squire is entangled."
Hilton Cubitt's room, and he reported that her injuries were serious, but not necessarily fatal.
Hilton Cubitt, no information should be given as to her condition, but he was to be shown at once into the drawing-room.
Hilton Cubitt he was able to give me two other short sentences and one message, which appeared--since there was no flag--to be a single word.
On the very evening upon which I had his answer, Hilton Cubitt sent me the last message from Slaney.
Hilton Cubitt was seriously injured, and is at death's door."
Hilton Cubitt has herself lain under grave suspicion of the murder of her husband, and that it was only my presence here, and the knowledge which I happened to possess, which has saved her from the accusation.
The American, Abe Slaney, was condemned to death at the winter assizes at Norwich, but his penalty was changed to penal servitude in consideration of mitigating circumstances, and the certainty that Hilton Cubitt had fired the first shot.
Professor Hilton is right, and if I were you, I'd go to night school.