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  • We have had no further instructions or communications of any kind from Sir Harold Lacklander, and I now write, in accordance with his wishes, to ask if you have, in fact, accepted the responsibility of editing the memoirs, if you have received the manuscript, and if you have arrived at a decision in the delicate and important matter of Chapter 7.

    Scales of Justice

  • Another important matter which claimed the farmer's attention at this time was the preparation of his summer-fallow for fall wheat.

    Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago

  • But a much more important matter is that he has, in spite of his color, made a good record every way, has kept up with his class, has not been dropped or dismissed, but emerges a full-blown Second Lieutenant of Cavalry.

    Henry Ossian Flipper The Colored Cadet at West Point

  • But the Ward Steamship Company had called to its rescue, men schooled in Yankee duplicity, who did not "turn to" until this very important matter was settled.

    " Eagle Clippings " by Jack Thorne, Newspaper Correspondent and Story Teller, A Collection of His Writings to Various Newspapers

  • “And I’ll give you two guesses, Br’er Fox,” Alleyn said as he refolded the letter and returned it to its envelope, “what constitutes the delicate and important matter of Chapter 7.” ii

    Scales of Justice

  • But the more important matter made clear by Prickett (admitting that Prickett told the truth) is that a dangerously ugly feeling was abroad among the crew nearly a year before that feeling culminated in the final tragedy.

    Henry Hudson

  • In December a pamphlet, inspired by Napoleon himself, entitled “Le Pape et le Congres,” had appeared, which advocated the Pope's abandonment of all territory beyond the limits of the patrimony of St. Peter, and declared that the settlement of this important matter should lie not with the Congress, but in the hands of Napoleon himself.

    Lady John Russell

  • (regolamento) of 1 May, 1884, whereby this important matter was finally removed from the province of discussion.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • The most important matter brought before the General Conference and fully discussed was the loss of the Haytian work, through the lack of zeal, tact and missionary enterprise of our three missionaries, Brothers Scipio Bean, Richard Robinson and Isaac Miller.

    Scraps of African Methodist Episcopal History


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