it may be To pay what never has been lent, This style of business seems to me Extremely inconvenient!
gentleman, whose melodious name was Brass, might have called it comfort also but for two drawbacks: one was, that he could by no exertion sit easy in his chair, the seat of which was very hard, angular, slippery, and sloping; the other, that tobacco-smoke always caused him great internal discomposure and annoyance.
gentleman, in the interests of his client cannot allow much time for this purpose, as the lady rather thinks she knows somebody prepared to put down six thousand pounds; but he says he will give Veneering four hours.
They are opposed to the Countess's idea; but she is firm, and insists on a legal
Sir Leicester in a great chair looks at the file and appears to have a stately liking for the legal
repetitions and prolixities as ranging among the national bulwarks.
It is very possible that if that form does not correspond with my requirements I may give up a legal
It takes the legal
mind, like mine, to tackle wills.
I attended it at the appointed time, the legal
formalities requiring my presence in the room, but as it turned out, not calling on me to repeat my evidence.
Horace Mann, one of the legal
counsel for the defendants in that case.
Arnold had been necessarily detained in Edinburgh, before his arrival at Windygates, by legal
business connected with his inheritance; and he, like Anne, had certainly been in Scotland, before they met at Craig Fernie, for a longer period than a period of three weeks He accordingly informed Sir Patrick that the lady and gentleman had been in Scotland for more than twenty-one days--and then added a question on his own behalf: "Don't let me hurry you, Sir--but, shall you soon have done?
And, while the next punctilious legal
wrangle between the attorneys interrupted his tale of what happened in the Vendome, Carter Watson, without bitterness, amused and at the same time sad, saw rise before him the machine, large and small, that dominated his country, the unpunished and shameless grafts of a thousand cities perpetrated by the spidery and vermin-like creatures of the machines.
In the morning of life they are rapt by intoxicating visions of some great haberdashery business, beckoned to by the voluptuous enticements of the legal
profession, or maybe the Holy Grail they forswear all else to seek is a snug editorial chair.