38 examples of carr's in sentences
The Grand Hunt of General Sheridan, James Gordon Bennett, and other Distinguished GentlemenFrom Fort McPherson to Fort HaysIncidents of the Trip"Ten Days on the Plains"General Carr's Hunting ExpeditionA Joke on McCarthyA Search for the Remains of Buck's Surveying Party, who had been Murdered by the Indians.
It went straight down the thirsty throats of General Carr's command.
who, misunderstanding General Carr's orders, charged upon some Indians at the left, while the rest of the command dashed through the enemy's line, and was keeping straight on, when it was observed that Schinosky and his company were surrounded by four or five hundred red-skins.
In Mr. Carr's mills, learning to pick and buy wool? Not he.
"Then" And, leaning closer, William Augustus Destyn whispered into Bushwyck Carr's fat, red ear.
" "So am I," said Bushwyck Carr's daughter, dropping both hands on her lover's shoulders....
Mr. Carr's voice was scarcely audible.
"How extraordinary," said Drusilla, following him to the edge of the bluff; "and they're singing, too, as they row!" From far below, wafted across the sparkling waters of Oyster Bay, Mr. Carr's rich and mellifluous voice was wafted shoreward: "I der-reamt that I dwelt in ma-arble h-a-l-ls."
What'u'd you ever do child, if I'd get to be like that?" "No danger, mother dear, of your ever being like Mrs. White," said Mercy, with an incautious emphasis, which, however, escaped Mrs. Carr's recognition.
Into the house, without a pause, without a knock, into poor bewildered Mrs. Carr's presence he strode, the men following fast on his steps, and Mercy unable to pass them.
One woman was already deleting Johnny Carr's life-blood with a mop and a pail of water; and a carpenter was at work repairing the front-door.
As we drew rein on the quay we saw, half a mile out to sea and sailing before a stiff breeze, Johnny Carr's little yacht, with the Aureataland flag floating defiantly at her masthead.
Also, I have had to bargain for the recognition of Johnny Carr's rights to the colonel's goods.
In 1889 he was ordained to St. James's Congregational Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and in 1895 was called to his present pastorate of Carr's Lane Congregational Church, Birmingham, where he has taken rank among the leading preachers of Great Britain.
" Mr. Carr's words were soon verified.
At the same time the captain shouted to Mr. Carr's boat word of what had happened.
Carr's "Early Times in Middle Tennessee," pp.
Zagonyi sent back for reinforcements before he reached the town, and Carr's cavalry, with two light field-pieces, have been sent forward.
That on our front was met by Colonel Carr's Division and the division of General Asboth.
In our front, Colonel Carr's Division fought steadily and earnestly during the entire day, but was pressed back fully two-thirds of a mile.
"Give me those letters," he breathed, sticking his face close to Carr's.
" When questioned concerning her life on this plantation, she continues: "Now honey, its been so long ago, I don' 'member ev'ything, but I will tell you whut I kin as near right as possible; I kin 'member five uf Marse Carr's chillun; Florida, Susan, 'Lijah, Willie and Tom; cose Carr never 'lowed us to have a piece uf paper in our hands.
Marse Carr's sons, Tom and Willie went to de war.
Carr's wife Miss Jane useter teach us Sunday School
JAMES, JOHN ANGELL, most influential Congregationalist of his time, born in Dorsetshire; was pastor of Carr's Lane Chapel, Birmingham, from 1805 to 1859; won the esteem of all parties; published the "Anxious Inquirer," and many other works (1785-1859).