The sooner we can bring this painful interview to a close, the sooner I can open communications
Micawber's lofty style of composition, and for the extraordinary relish with which he sat down and wrote long letters on all possible and impossible occasions, I still believed that something important lay hidden at the bottom of this roundabout communication
Others pretend a subterraneous communication
between the ocean and the Nile, and that the sea being violently agitated swells the river.
He knew the need of a national system of communication
that would be quicker and more direct than either the telegraph or the post office.
This shows the immense difficulty in preventing that species of traffic, where there is an inland communication
, and places in a strong light the disadvantages with which the collection of duties in this country would be encumbered, if by disunion the States should be placed in a situation, with respect to each other, resembling that of France with respect to her neighbors.
Besides other impediments, it may be remarked that, where there is a consciousness of unjust or dishonorable purposes, communication
is always checked by distrust in proportion to the number whose concurrence is necessary.
An electric thread puts it in communication
with the screw, and the needle indicates the real speed.
excited many professions of concern; and enough was said of wishing them to stay at least till the following day to work on Jane; and till the morrow their going was deferred.
The aperture was finished and Athos passed through it, carrying the clothes destined for the king wrapped in black cloth, and the tools with which he was to open a communication
with the king's room.
His objects were to ascertain the breadth of the continent at its broadest part, and to determine on some place on the shores of the Pacific, where government might establish a post to facilitate the discovery of a northwest passage, or a communication
between Hudson's Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Last summer the islanders grew wearied, as their premier explained, of "playing at being savages for pennies," and proceeded to pull down all the landing-towers on the island and shut off general communication
till such time as the A.
Smith, now in this neighbourhood (I have dined with him, at Hurst and Wilford), who is just come from Langford where he was a fortnight with her ladyship, and who is therefore well qualified to make the communication