His curiosity would have been satisfied had he seen Dan Grady, discredited regimental conspirator, trying to explain to his thirsty comrades in India the non-arrival of funds
from New York.
It's going to mean old Nasmyth's subscription to the Founder's Fund, and that's to be a big one, I promise you
I now discovered that he also kept a particularly mellow Scotch whiskey, an excellent cigar, and a fund of anecdote of which a mordant wit was the worthy bursar.
In the next place, there should, if possible, be a fund
to pay all the citizens--who have any share in the management of public affairs, either as members of the assembly, judges, and magistrates; but if this cannot be done, at least the magistrates, the judges the senators, and members of the supreme assembly, and also those officers who are obliged to eat at a common table ought to be paid.
In my sleep it was not my wake-a-day personality that took charge of me; it was another and distinct personality, possessing a new and totally different fund
of experiences, and, to the point of my dreaming, possessing memories of those totally different experiences.
He never contributed to an earthquake fund
in Japan nor to an open-air fund
in New York City.
But you will contribute something to the campaign fund
to assist in your election, will you not?
But the work was going on everywhere; masters in the art were developing, and a fund
of tricks and expedients was being accumulated.
That his father was very poor we know, for Edmund Spenser's name appears among "certain poor scholars of the schools about London" who received money and clothes from a fund
left by a rich man to help poor children at school.
I would not here be understood to insist on the same fund
of learning in any of my brethren, as Cicero persuades us is necessary to the composition of an orator.
We calculated our weekly expenditure to the last farthing, and we never touched our little fund
except in Laura's interests and for Laura's sake.
He liked to believe this, and always impressed the shadowy grievance on new-comers and strangers; though he could not, for his life, have explained what Fund
he meant, or how the notion had got rooted in his soul.