Winterbourne replied that he certainly should; and the state of mind of Daisy's mamma struck him as so unprecedented in the annals
of parental vigilance that he gave up as utterly irrelevant the attempt to place her upon her guard.
Renowned Jerusalem itself, the stateliest name in history, has lost all its ancient grandeur, and is become a pauper village; the riches of Solomon are no longer there to compel the admiration of visiting Oriental queens; the wonderful temple which was the pride and the glory of Israel, is gone, and the Ottoman crescent is lifted above the spot where, on that most memorable day in the annals
of the world, they reared the Holy Cross.
We shall keep our readers informed as to the progress of this enterprise, which has no precedent in the annals
Millions of men perpetrated against one another such innumerable crimes, frauds, treacheries, thefts, forgeries, issues of false money, burglaries, incendiarisms, and murders as in whole centuries are not recorded in the annals
of all the law courts of the world, but which those who committed them did not at the time regard as being crimes.
Their short and simple annals
could be eked out by confidences which would not appreciably enrich the materials of the literary history of their time, and it seems better to leave them to the imagination of such posterity as they may reach.
of the English Stage, from Thomas Betterton to Edmund  Kean, are full of the colours of life in their most emphatic and motley contrasts, as is natural in proportion as the stage itself concentrates and artificially intensifies the character and conditions of ordinary life.
Peculiar in the unwritten annals
of the jungle was the proverbial love that had existed between the ape-man and the tribe of Tantor.
Never in the memory of man or the annals
of recorded history had such a storm raged across the face of Barsoom.
When, some years ago, I chronicled in the Daily Gazette our epoch-making journey in South America, I little thought that it should ever fall to my lot to tell an even stranger personal experience, one which is unique in all human annals
and must stand out in the records of history as a great peak among the humble foothills which surround it.
The captain of the Makambo (and, before that, the captains of the Moresby, the Masena, the Sir Edward Grace, and various others of the queerly named Burns Philp Company steamers had done the same) was used to pointing him out proudly to the passengers as a man- thing novel and unique in the annals
of the sea.
And then began the siege of the Lancashire Queen, a siege memorable in the annals
of both fishermen and fish patrol.
The next notable event in the family annals
which followed Mary's illness happened when she had attained the age of nineteen years.