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312 examples of gaging in sentences

Under Murray, Colonel Burton commanded the district of Three Rivers while General Gage commanded the district of Montreal, which then extended to the western wilds.

Burton and Gage were also instructed to report about their own districts of Three Rivers and Montreal.

The relations between the British garrison and the French Canadians were so excellent that what Gage reported from Montreal might be taken as equally true of the rest of the country: 'The Soldiers live peaceably with the Inhabitants and they reciprocally acquire an affection for each other.'

"It is not often a great people go to war for an idea, but we are taking up the gage of battle to teach our inferiors manners.

General Gage marks out this disposition very particularly in a letter on your table.

It seemed that every historical figure of note was present aboard the plane, not to mention a sprinkling of people from various walks of life, such as Marcus Aurelius, Jane Merrick, Kenneth Gage Baum, Fred Stone, Judy Garland, and Ray Powell.

Farncis or Friscan Gage, Lord ...

Lord GAGE spoke to this effect:Sir, it is well known that by the laws of this nation, poverty is, in some degree, considered as a crime, and that the debtor has only this advantage over the felon, that he cannot be pursued into his dwelling, nor be forced from the shelter of his own house.

Lord GAGE spoke next, in substance as follows:Sir, as no member of this assembly can feel a greater degree of zeal for his majesty's honour than myself; none shall more readily concur in any expression of duty or adherence to him.

No, I shall not forget," returned Psyche, thinking of Gage, not Giovanni.

Katy's burnt up the pudding, put castor-oil instead of olive in the salad, smashed the best meat-dish, and here's Mr. Gage come to dinner," cried Mrs. Dean in accents of despair as she tied up her head in a fourth shawl.

Give me my scallop-shell of Quiet; My staff of Faith to walk upon; My scrip of Joy, immortal diet; My bottle of Salvation; My gown of Glory, hope's true gage; And thus I'll take my pilgrimage.

'Tis a faire gage; keepe it.

She was quick to accept his gage.

Take here my hand and faithful heart to gage.

These be the wayes by which without reward Livings in court he gotten, though full hard; For nothing there is done without a fee: 515 The courtier needes must recompenced bee With a benevolence, or have in gage [Gage, pledge.

These be the wayes by which without reward Livings in court he gotten, though full hard; For nothing there is done without a fee: 515 The courtier needes must recompenced bee With a benevolence, or have in gage [Gage, pledge.

Fitchburg R.R. v. Gage, 12 Gray 393, and innumerable cases following it.

General Gage, the British military commander in Massachusetts, attempted to destroy the collection of ammunition and stores at Concord, and in consequence, on April 19, 1775, the battle of Lexington was fought, followed in June by that of Bunker Hill.

In 1774 General Gage was placed at the head of the British military force in Boston, and the port was closed.

show fight, show one's teeth, show a bold front; bluster, look big, stand akimbo, beat one's chest; double the fist, shake the fist; threaten &c 909. challenge, call out; throw down the gauntlet, fling down the gauntlet, fling down the gage, fling down the glove, throw down the glove.

Phr. in for a penny in for a pound; ex voto [Lat.]; gage d'amour. 768a.

Security N. security; guaranty, guarantee; gage, warranty, bond, tie, pledge, plight, mortgage, collateral, debenture, hypothecation, bill of sale, lien, pawn, pignoration^; real security; vadium^. stake, deposit, earnest, handsel, caution.

It looked rather like a huge parrot's cage, without any bottom, of very heavy gage wire, and stood about seven feet high and was four feet in diameter.

At least my friends are all in the public line, and it might not suit to have it moved at a special vestry by John Gage at the Crown and Horseshoe, licensed victualler, and seconded by Joseph Horner of the Green Dragon, ditto, that the Rev. J.G. is a fit person to be Lecturer, &c.

, Dans les murs du Palet elle vint mettre au jour Un fils, cher et malheureux gage De ses plaisirs furtifs et de son tendre amour.

Dedicated to Lord Viscount Gage. B.M. (162. h. 18).

"I tell thee it is but the present gage of further payment.

Harry L Gage THE BABY SEIZES GULLIVER Iris Weddell White A GALE WITH THEIR FANS Iris Weddell White GULLIVER AND THE KING Iris Weddell White "VICTOR I WILL REMAIN" R F Babcock CHILDREN WITH HORNBOOKS Laura K Deal ARTHUR DRAWS THE SWORD

As parliament had overthrown the old government, and sent over General Gage as military governor, to put its new system into operation, the people defied and ignored Gage, and the townships elected delegates to meet together in what was called a "Provincial Congress."

As parliament had overthrown the old government, and sent over General Gage as military governor, to put its new system into operation, the people defied and ignored Gage, and the townships elected delegates to meet together in what was called a "Provincial Congress."

Captain Stirling arrived at Cape Leuwin on the 2nd of March, 1827, stood along the coast, and anchored in Gage's Roads, opposite Swan River, which he afterwards ascended to its source in boats, and sent out exploring parties to ascertain the nature of the surrounding territory.

" "Lady," said Cedric, "this beseems not; were further pledge necessary, I myself, justly offended as I am, would yet gage my honour for the honour of Ivanhoe.

Here are also collected hundreds of bird's nests, of all shapes, kinds and sizes, from one almost as large as a hand basin, to one about the size of a green gage plum: most of these contain eggs of such kinds of birds as those to whom the nests belonged; and indeed the ingenuity with which many of these little houses are constructed, surprised me more than any thing I ever before witnessed.

Not so long as all this they gazed at each other, measured, took ground, gaging each the adversary opposite. "Do not go!"

Elizabeth had finally thrown down the gage of battle to Catholic Europe, by the execution of Mary Stuart, in 1587.

Not only is this voluminous book a brilliantly written commentary on the opening months of the war, it is also infused with an inner sadness that could well be considered a precursor to the post-war "lost generation" myth, which is yet another indicator at how well Gibbs could gage the feel of the times and assess its impact on future developments in society.

That night assembled at his lodgings, by appointment, Viscount Heringaud, Adam Frere, the Marquess of Orme, Lord Stourton, the Earls of Neville and Gage, and Sir Thomas Rokeby.

He had been drinking overnight with Adam Frere and the Earl of Gage, and after the third bottle had found them candid.

by George W. Gage.

by George W. Gage, in McClure's) ยฉ Violet Evelyn McNeile (W) Jan. 1924 issue (McClure's), June 1923 issue (Pearson's) ยฉ 25Dec23, (pub.

R68208. GAGE, GEORGE W. SEE The tenth woman.

by George W. Gage. Pub.

R103699, 5Dec52, Giovanni Ermete Gaeta (A) GAGE, GEORGE W., illus.

General Gage's informers.

SEE Short, Frank A. Fast cable gage.

Cleo C. Short (W); 27Jun60; R259053. Fast cable gage.

The correspondence of General Thomas Gage.

SEE Gage, Thomas.

GAGE, THOMAS.

The correspondence of General Thomas Gage with the secretaries of state and with the War Office and the Treasury, 1763-1775.

Tool design engineering: fourth semesterassembly fixtures, welding and gaging practice.

R59427, 14Mar50, Marion Stone Holzinger (A) <pb id='056.png' /> GAGE, George W. SEE The tenth woman.

R103699, 5Dec52, Giovanni Ermete Gaeta (A) GAGE, GEORGE W., illus.

Illustrated by George W. Gage.

General Gage's informers.

SEE Short, Frank A. Fast cable gage.

Cleo C. Short (W); 27Jun60; R259053. Fast cable gage.

ยฉ 27Feb42; A162199. Ruth S. Gade (W); 8Dec69; R474576. GADE, RUTH S. All my born days. SEE Gade, John A. GAGE, HENRY PHELPS.

The microscope. SEE Gage, Simon Henry.

GAGE, SIMON HENRY.

Henry Phelps Gage (C); 25Aug69; R467511.

By Herman H. Remmers & Nathaniel L. Gage.

Tool design engineering: fourth semesterassembly fixtures, welding and gaging practice.

He was preparing for Gage and Howe and Cornwallis and whether the knowledge contained in the books was of value or not he somehow managed for eight years to hold his opponents at bay and ultimately to win.

And presently the amethystine ring was being worn about the house, even with ostentation, and Jane developed a new way of bringing in the joint so that this gage was evident.

Among the choicest sorts are: Bonne Bouche (producing its fruit at the end of August), Coe's Golden Drop (end of September), Old Green Gage (August), Guthrie's Late Green Gage (September), M'Laughlin's Gage (end of August), Oullin's Golden Gage (end of August), and Reine Claude de Bavay (beginning of October).

Among the choicest sorts are: Bonne Bouche (producing its fruit at the end of August), Coe's Golden Drop (end of September), Old Green Gage (August), Guthrie's Late Green Gage (September), M'Laughlin's Gage (end of August), Oullin's Golden Gage (end of August), and Reine Claude de Bavay (beginning of October).

Among the choicest sorts are: Bonne Bouche (producing its fruit at the end of August), Coe's Golden Drop (end of September), Old Green Gage (August), Guthrie's Late Green Gage (September), M'Laughlin's Gage (end of August), Oullin's Golden Gage (end of August), and Reine Claude de Bavay (beginning of October).

Among the choicest sorts are: Bonne Bouche (producing its fruit at the end of August), Coe's Golden Drop (end of September), Old Green Gage (August), Guthrie's Late Green Gage (September), M'Laughlin's Gage (end of August), Oullin's Golden Gage (end of August), and Reine Claude de Bavay (beginning of October).

In this task Miss Anthony received valuable assistance from Matilda Joslyn Gage; and, to meet all this new expense, financial aid was generously given, unsolicited, by Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Gerrit Smith, and other sympathizers.

Hither came Elizabeth Oakes Smith, Paulina Wright Davis, Frances Dana Gage, Dr. Harriet Hunt, Rev. Antoinette Brown, Lucy Stone, and Abby Kelly, until all these names were as familiar as household words to the children.

From the time of the decade meeting in Rochester, in 1878, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Edward M. Davis, and I had sedulously labored to rouse women to a realization of their degraded position in the Church, and presented resolutions at every annual convention for that purpose.

Phoebe Couzins, Rev. Anna Shaw, Isabella Beecher Hooker, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Clara B. Colby, Senator Blair of New Hampshire, and many others responded.

THE GAGE "Lady Jane, O Lady Jane!

The workmanship, too, is excellent: indeed we never saw such well-dressed, cleanly, and compactly laid whinstone course and gage in our life: it is a perfect picture."

Long after de war was over de white folks would 'gage me to come' roun' wid de band an' call de figgers at all de big dances.

Sail from Gage's Road.

We made Rottnest Island on the morning of Wednesday, November 15th; and in the afternoon of the same day, anchored in Gage's Road, Swan River.

Sail from Gage's Road.

We left our anchorage in Gage's Road on Thursday, January 4th, devoting several hours to sounding between Rottnest and the main.

As Gage Road was not considered safe at this time of the year, the ship was taken into Owen's anchorage under the guidance of Mr. Usborne.

On the safety of Gage Roads.

Sail from Gage Road.

On the safety of Gage Roads.

Suddenly the vapour for a moment dispersed, and showed us, not more than a mile ahead, the shipping in Gage's Road.

SAFETY OF GAGE ROADS.

Not being able to persuade Miago to accompany us, he being too much engaged with his new wife, we enlisted the services of a native youth who generally went by the name of Tom, and left Gage Roads on the afternoon of April 4th.

She had flatly thrown down the gage of battle to him, that she would never leave Nissr alive.

Hutchinson and Gage and other Loyalists admitted that all these were trifles.

Thus, owing to such representations, while the people of Boston were deliberating in the great town-meetings of June, orders were on their way to General Gage, whose head-quarters were in New York, to place troops in Castle William, to station a detachment in Boston, and to keep a naval force in the harbor.

" In a few days after, on a Saturday night, William Sheriff, aide-de-camp to General Gage, arrived in town from New York, which he left on Wednesday morning, bearing the following letter to Governor Bernard, the original of which is indorsed, "Received Sept. 3." * *

* THOMAS GAGE TO FRANCIS BERNARD.

"I have the honor to be with great regard, "Sir, "Your most obedient, "Humble servant, "TH'S. GAGE.

Two days after the Governor received the letter of General Gage, a communication appeared in the "Boston Gazette," under the head of "READER! ATTEND!" which arraigned, with uncommon spirit and boldness, the course of the officials who were urging the policy of arbitrary power, as having a direct tendency "to dissolve the union between Great Britain and her colonies."

For having during this time been bandied about from one to another, I at length got positive refusals from every one that I could apply to, that is, the Council, the Selectmen, and the Justices of the Peace; upon which the General, [Gage,] who came here on purpose, has found himself obliged to hire and fit up buildings at the expense of the Crown, by which means the two regiments are at length got into good occasional barracks.

Gage in Massachusetts, 1774-75.General Gage found he had a good deal to do before he could begin to crush the rebellion.

Gage in Massachusetts, 1774-75.General Gage found he had a good deal to do before he could begin to crush the rebellion.

c. What was the result of Gage's attempt to seize the arms at Concord? GENERAL QUESTIONS a. Arrange, with dates, all the acts of the British government which offended the colonists.

Gage sent three or four thousand men across the Charles River to Charlestown to drive the daring Americans away.