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Please put twenty notes of a thousand francs each into this envelope, seal it with your own seal and hand it to Mme.
To these registers there are added notes relative to the prisoners?
70} The reader will note that Alcinous never goes beyond saying that he is going to give the goblet; he never gives it.
Crawford, under pretence of receiving the note, was coming towards her.
To the annoyance of the decent public they are allowed to remain here--at all events such of them as daily change 4000 franc notes at the tables (though, as soon as ever these women cease to do so, they receive an invitation to depart).
Oh"--she murmured again, on a different note, as he stood looking down at her; and without rising she made a place for him on the bench.
Explaining to the note taker] She thought you was a copper's nark, sir.
The conversation ended by the count, who wished to be generous and to avoid further importunity, saying that he would give a note of hand for eighty thousand rubles.
Yet there is a clear note of originality (so it seems to us) in the peculiar charm of his strictly personal compositions; and, generally, in such touches as he gives us of the soul, the life, of the [114] nineteenth century.
The writer of these Oz stories has received a little note from Princess Dorothy of Oz which, for a time, has made him feel rather disconcerted.
I should be very sorry to receive a charming little lady-like note from any of them; and I thought you were too much of a lady yourself, Miss Murray, to talk about the "vulgarity" of writing on a large sheet of paper.
Like an answering challenge came suddenly to the ears of the ape-man the thunderous roar of a lion, a hideous angry roar in which Tarzan thought that he discerned a note of surprise and terror.
Captain Goodfellow," he said, "I should be glad if you would glance at the contents of that note.
By fastening a little note to the wing of one of these pigeons, one might have a chance to send a message there.
She told him it could be done, provided the note was for no considerable sum of money.