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'We have the honour to inform our Directors that we arrived in Venice on December 6, 1860.
Among great numbers whom we consulted on this occasion, we were informed by some that we might go through Melinda.
I knew very well that he was incapable of defending me; but as he could serve us in other ways, I wished to inform him."
Now having come to the army, he informed Kutuzov of the Emperor's displeasure at the poor success of our forces and the slowness of their advance.
I pointed to a chair, and begged to be informed of the nature of his business with me.
But the wishes of Miss Magdalen Vanstone's eldest sister have claims on my consideration which I cannot dispute; and at her entreaty I inform you that all further proceedings on my part are withdrawn -- on the express understanding that this concession is to open facilities for written communication, at least, between the two sisters.
They had hunted with success on the prairie, but, while busy drying buffalo meat, were joined by a few panic - stricken Flatheads, who informed them that a powerful band of Blackfeet was at hand.
Having travelled on for some miles in a high road, which Northerton said he was informed led to Hereford, they came at the break of day to the side of a large wood, where he suddenly stopped, and, affecting to meditate a moment with himself, expressed some apprehensions from travelling any longer in so public a way.
Elinor's thoughts were full of what might be passing in Berkeley Street during their absence; but a moment's glance at her sister when they returned was enough to inform her, that Willoughby had paid no second visit there.
"Sir," said Gentleman Jones, smoothing down his wristbands again, and addressing me blandly as I lay on the floor, "I have the honor to inform you that you have now received your first lesson in politeness.
"Having now told you what he said when I first informed him that you had been his nurse--and remember, if it seem very little, that he is still too weak to speak except with difficulty--I shall purposely keep my letter back for a few days.
She has informed me that a person named Silvester, an impudent adventuress--"