Let me have the date
of the reception by your uncle of the letter, and the date
of his supposed suicide.
We can choose a certain date
from among them--the one to draw this date
first from beneath a piece of cloth will be the first.
The old chronicles did not weave their history into stories, they simply put down a date
and something that happened on that date
Two considerations help us to fix a relative date
for the "Works".
The second title, "Concerning Justice," is not the one by which the Republic is quoted, either by Aristotle or generally in antiquity, and, like the other second titles of the Platonic Dialogues, may therefore be assumed to be of later date
Beginning, then, on Penelope's plan, I beg to mention that I was specially called one Wednesday morning into my lady's own sitting-room, the date
being the twenty-fourth of May, Eighteen hundred and forty-eight.
In all probability, the only persons in existence who knew the date
were Sir Percival and the Count.
and add the day of the month and the year, then take Smith's left hand on another glass strip, and add name and date
and the words "left hand.
To pass from the Characters to the Story, it will be seen that the narrative related in these pages has been constructed on a plan which differs from the plan followed in my last novel, and in some other of my works published at an earlier date
The history of this branch of the English Constitution, anterior to the date
of Magna Charta, is too obscure to yield instruction.
The reader should grasp clearly the date
at which this book was written.
His paper, at the date
when I began to know him, was a living, comfortable and decent, but without the least promise of wealth in it, or the hope even of a much better condition.