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I shall not copy the uncouth language, full of needless repetitions (and, if I know anything of the subject, not guiltless of bad grammar as well), in which my innocent husband was solemnly and falsely accused of poisoning his first wife.
"Well, well," said his Excellency, "let him copy out the document a second time.
How is it possible to know that a memory-image is an imperfect copy, without having a more accurate copy by which to replace it?
I added that, in the event of my subsequently requiring a copy of the original register, I should make application to Mr.
After this explanation no objection was made to producing the copy. A clerk was sent to the strong room, and after some delay returned with the volume.
"Copy of the Marriage Register of Welmingham Parish Church.
With one copy, and that constantly in my possession, I can be sure of my ground.
I told him a man wanted to sell me a copy of the celebrated Infanta Maria Teresa of Velasquez, that I'd been down to the supposed owner of the picture, only to find that he had just sold it to him.
In a certain city of the country it had over forty of its "Army" in the headquarters of the Telegraph Trust, and no message of importance to Socialists ever went through that a copy of it did not go to the "Appeal." It would print great broadsides during the campaign; one copy that came to Jurgis was a manifesto addressed to striking workingmen, of which nearly a million copies had been distributed in the industrial centers, wherever the employers' associations had been carrying out their "open shop" program.
He desired first to ask the time of day, and next--here, after a bump to the earth, one's thoughts ballooned again heavenwards--"had I seen a green copy of Shelley lying anywhere along the road?"
Nothing so good had happened to me, I replied--but I believed that I had seen a copy of Alastor!
The triumph of Pitman was a triumph of business organization: there was a weekly paper to persuade you to learn Pitman: there were cheap textbooks and exercise books and transcripts of speeches for you to copy, and schools where experienced teachers coached you up to the necessary proficiency.