It was play then, but there came a time when I was truly grateful that I not only possessed the will but the power to cook wholesome food for my little girls, and help myself when I could no longer afford to hire
We get it from the landlady's brother, who has a horse and chaise which he lets out for hire
the grey pony and chaise tomorrow morning at ten o'clock, and pack up Master Trotwood's clothes tonight.
It did occur to Dunsey that it might be wise for him to give up the day's hunting, proceed at once to Batherley, and, having waited for Bryce's return, hire
a horse to carry him home with the money in his pocket.
Is there,'' said Rebecca, ``any one here, who, either for love of a good cause, or for ample hire
, will do the errand of a distressed being?
There is likewise a kind of beggarly princes in Europe, not able to make war by themselves, who hire
out their troops to richer nations, for so much a day to each man; of which they keep three-fourths to themselves, and it is the best part of their maintenance: such are those in many northern parts of Europe.
Were it a question of lawful due Or a labourer's hire
denied, Reason would I should bear with you And order it well to be tried But this is a question of words and names And I know the strife it brings, I will not pass upon any your claims.
The distance was too long for a walk, but Clare felt such a strong desire for isolation that at first he would neither hire
a conveyance nor go to a circuitous line of railway by which he might eventually reach the place.
For many years the business had struggled along with a flavour of romantic insecurity in a small, dissolute-looking shop in the High Street, adorned with brilliantly coloured advertisements of cycles, a display of bells, trouser-clips, oil-cans, pump-clips, frame-cases, wallets, and other accessories, and the announcement of "Bicycles on Hire
," "Repairs," "Free inflation," "Petrol," and similar attractions.
The boats that, as a rule, are let for hire
on the Thames above Marlow, are very good boats.
A week or two after I dropped the letter I was in a hansom on my way to certain barracks when loud above the city's roar I heard that accursed haw-haw-haw, and there they were, the two of them, just coming out of a shop where you may obtain pianos on the hire
Rosa made up a little parcel of things indispensable for a journey; took her three hundred guilders, -- that is to say, all her fortune, -- fetched the third bulb from among her lace, where she had laid it up, and carefully hid it in her bosom; after which she locked her door twice to disguise her flight as long as possible, and, leaving the prison by the same door which an hour before had let out Boxtel, she went to a stable-keeper to hire