I saw him an hour ago-- he's off for Tennessee early tomorrow morning--as usual; said he calculated to get his claim
through and be off before night-owls like me have turned out of bed.
And the third was the very significant fact that no one challenged Bell's claim
to be the original inventor of the telephone until his patent was seventeen months old.
Archer's generation) were aware that, in the eyes of the professional genealogist, only a still smaller number of families could lay claim
to that eminence.
All these things seem to make it plain, that none of these principles are justly founded on which these persons would establish their right to the supreme power; and that all men whatsoever ought to obey them: for with respect to those who claim
it as due to their virtue or their fortune, they might have justly some objection to make; for nothing hinders but that it may sometimes happen, that the many may be better or richer than the few, not as individuals, but in their collective capacity.
He had found Lydgate, for whom he had the sincerest respect, under circumstances which claimed
his thorough and frankly declared sympathy; and the reason why, in spite of that claim
, it would have been better for Will to have avoided all further intimacy, or even contact, with Lydgate, was precisely of the kind to make such a course appear impossible.
No laggard may claim
Tara of Helium; but haste now lest thou lose also Olvia Marthis, whom I have never seen wait long to be claimed
for this or any other dance.
But Daylight, who had panned the spotted rim of Carmack's claim
and shaken coarse gold from the grass-roots, and who had panned the rim at a hundred other places up and down the length of the creek and found nothing, was curious to know what lay on bed-rock.
Your delusion constitutes your peculiar claim
on my forbearance.
From that very moment President Barbicane and the influential members of the Gun Club were besieged day and night by formidable claims
And what of the unjust--does he claim
to have more than the just man and to do more than is just
In like manner are the antients, such as Homer, Virgil, Horace, Cicero, and the rest, to be esteemed among us writers, as so many wealthy squires, from whom we, the poor of Parnassus, claim
an immemorial custom of taking whatever we can come at.
Only in this case I claim
to take the place of the Countess Lucille, my wife.