Pine's death had happened suddenly, and that these papers
, which he probably kept in his official desk, had never come to the knowledge of his heirs, or were supposed to relate to the business of the revenue.
The German humorous papers
are beautifully printed upon fine paper
, and the illustrations are finely drawn, finely engraved, and are not vapidly funny, but deliciously so.
Well, I got my boots on, and we went down and slipped in and laid the paper
of sugar on the berth, and sat down soft and sheepish and went to listening to Bud Dixon snore.
Possibly, but indeed I don't know, although they stood whispering very near to me: because they stood at the top of the cabin steps to have the light of the lamp that was hanging there; it was a dull lamp, and they spoke very low, and I did not hear what they said, and saw only that they looked at papers
Reed and cloth came down to me, and I found another paper
and a hundred crowns in gold, without any other coin.
The habit of personal security, moreover, is so deeply fixed in the Londoner's mind, and startling intelligence so much a matter of course in the papers
, that they could read without any personal tremors: "About seven o'clock last night the Martians came out of the cylinder, and, moving about under an armour of metallic shields, have completely wrecked Woking station with the adjacent houses, and massacred an entire battalion of the Cardigan Regiment.
There is no other,' said I; 'but the papers
must be those that are destroyed.
On the very top of Sir Isaac's papers
," explained Harker, "there was a threatening letter from a man named Hugo.
Kenge was disengaged, and we found him at his table in his dusty room with the inexpressive-looking books and the piles of papers
Two Greek papers
and one French one were suppressed here within a few days of each other.
I think that I can help you to pass an hour in an interesting and profitable manner," said Holmes, drawing his chair up to the table, and spreading out in front of him the various papers
upon which were recorded the antics of the dancing men.
Sitting with faded papers
before her, she took part in a series of scenes such as the taming of wild ponies upon the American prairies, or the conduct of a vast ship in a hurricane round a black promontory of rock, or in others more peaceful, but marked by her complete emancipation from her present surroundings and, needless to say, by her surpassing ability in her new vocation.