For my man was a fellow that nobody could have to do with, a really damnable man; and the person that drew the cheque
is the very pink of the proprieties, celebrated too, and (what makes it worse) one of your fellows who do what they call good.
Dear Sirs,--"We beg to acknowledge 10 pounds received and to return cheque
She had decided to give her a very handsome wedding present, a cheque
for two hundred, two hundred and fifty, or possibly, conceivably-- it depended upon the under-gardener and Huths' bill for doing up the drawing-room--three hundred pounds sterling.
Alfred Tennyson when we passed him in Regent Street, calling at publishers' offices for cheque
, when 'Will you take care of it, or shall I?
The object of his visit was to obtain from her her personal cheque
for a large sum in return for a guarantee of her personal safety and return to England.
Still it was too bad for him to allow me even to run a risk of having a cheque
We can stroll over, I'll cash a cheque
, and in half an hour the cash will be in your hand.
The trouble with the beginner at the writing game is the long, dry spells, when there is never an editor's cheque
and everything pawnable is pawned.
As observed by the Fynes, his uneasy appearance on leaving the house arose from the fact that his first trouble having been caused by a cheque
of doubtful authenticity, the possession of a document of the sort made him unreasonably uncomfortable till this one was safely cashed.
Swaffer sits up as late as ten o'clock at night to read books, and they will tell you also that he can write a cheque
for two hundred pounds without thinking twice about it.
, and regretting they had been unable to trace a certain series of Russian folksongs.
He then sent the cheque
to the address that Helen gave him, and stated that later on he was instructed to forward five thousand pounds.