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101 examples of james' in sentences

Will you meet me to-morrow morning at half-past ten by the summer-house near the wood that runs up to James' farm?

All this greatly misrepresents Sir James' position and influence, if not his character.

THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN Chapel Royal, St James'.

St. James is associated with several plantsthe St. James' wort (Senecio Jacoboea), either from its having been much used for the diseases of horses, of which the saint was the patron, or owing to its blossoming on his festival.

James' peculiarities were well understood and aroused nothing but sympathy.

" "Yet James' story may all be the effect of a disordered mind," said Uncle John.

The most likely places in James' room for anything to be hidden were a small closet, in which were shelves loaded with odds and ends, and an old clothes-chest that was concealed underneath the bed.

They knew of old James' unfortunate end, but being unaware of its import gave it but passing attention.

Lawyer Watson and Uncle John were there, looking as grave as the important occasion demanded, and the former at once proceeded to relate the scene in James' room, his story of the death of Thomas Bradley, and the subsequent finding of the will.

Meantime, she continued to flirt rather openly with Captain Tilney, much to James' uneasiness and to his sister's distress.

The jury was absent forty minutes, and it appears that in the mind of every one of them there remained, in spite of Sir James' arguments, a firmly rooted convictioncall it instinct, if you likethat Edith Crawford had done away with Lady Donaldson in order to become possessed of those jewels, and that in spite of the pompous jeweller's many contradictions, she had offered him some of those diamonds for sale.

Even Jimmy here only gave me a sovereign for picking him up at St. James' Street, waiting twenty minutes at his tailor's, and bringing him on here.

He wrote, or caused to be written, a most intriguing "advertisement" about the authorship of the poems: "Upon reading them over at St. James' Coffee House, they were attributed by the general voice to be the productions of a lady of quality.

His mother, a deeply religious woman, was, moreover, influential in implanting the serious element in Ruskin's character and life, and in familiarizing him with the Bible, whose noble English, in King James' version, manifestly entered early into the youth's ardent, prophetic soul, and, as a writer, had much to do in forming his magnificent prose style.

" Jack found that the count had not spoken too confidently as to the state of Olga's feelings towards him, and a month later a gay wedding took place at St. James' Church, the count and his wife staying at the Bristol Hotel, and Jack's father, mother, and elder brother and sisters coming up to the wedding.

BRISTOL, HEALTH FOOD STORES, St James', Barton.

Did our English Elizabeths, James', and Charles', ever doubt their full right of sovereignty?

A friend at St. Mary's writes: "Tanner has again made bold threats, agreeably to Jack Hotley's statement, and in Doctor James' presence, saying, that had you still been here, he would have killed you; and as the Johnstons were acting in concert with you, he kept himself constantly armed."

This recovery is announced in a letter of Mrs. Schoolcraft's (Feb. 16th), in which she says: "Dr. James sent a certificate of the young man's returning health by the last express, and an Indian was also sent to accompany James back to this place; but how great was our astonishment at the arrival of the Indian alone, on the 3d ultimo, and bringing news of James' escape from Mackinack.

Thirty years later, on his return to take up arms on behalf of James' son Charles"bonnie Prince Charlie"when he also drew the sword in an attempt to regain the throne of his fathers, Radcliffe was captured and beheaded.

No time could have been more favourable in James' eyes for the enterprise; and in a very short space of time he had an army of 100,000 men collected, and marched from Edinburgh to the Tweed, which he crossed near Coldstream.

Surrey meantime had gathered a large force from the northern counties, much to James' surprise, for he had taken it for granted that nearly every English fighting man would be with Henry in Flanders.

To the Scots this looked as though they had gone off towards Berwick, to repeat James' own manoeuvre, and invade the country in the absence of its king; and they must have thought that there would be little chance of the battle for which James had punctiliously waited taking place on the morrow.

Here a narrow thoroughfare, with a broad, smooth pavement, bears off to the left, parallel with the mews, and, as I arrived at the corner and glanced up the little street, I saw a man on a bicycle gliding swiftly and silently towards Little James' Street.

As I realised this, and at the same moment recalled the bicycle that we had seen in the station, the fugitive swung round into Little James' Street and vanished.

Piozzi's return accelerated the recovery of your poor friend, and we married in both Churches,at St. James', Bath, on St. James' Day, 1784,thirty-five years ago now that I write this Abridgment.

Piozzi's return accelerated the recovery of your poor friend, and we married in both Churches,at St. James', Bath, on St. James' Day, 1784,thirty-five years ago now that I write this Abridgment.

It was a ship from James' river, loaded with tobacco, and bound to Amsterdam.

Steele lived in Bury-street, St. James'; he furnishes an illustrious precedent for the loungers in St. James'-street, where scandal-mongers of those times delighted to detect Isaac Bickerstaff in the person of captain Steele, idling before the Coffee-house, and jerking his leg and stick alternately against the pavement.

" Sir James' face broadened.

* "System?" said Hewitt, with a shrug of the shoulders, an hour or two after in Sir James' study.

As the caprices of King James' translators were not divinely inspired, we need stand in no special awe of them.

As the caprices of King James' translators were not inspired, we need stand in no special awe of them.

As the caprices of King James' translators were not inspired, we need stand in no special awe of them.

In what sense King James' translators used the word "convenient" any one may see who will read Rom. i. 28 and Eph.

James' Digest, 392-3. Law of Louisiana.

In what sense King James' translators used the word "convenient" any one may see who will read Rom.

As the caprices of King James' translators were not divinely inspired, we need stand in no special awe of them.

As the caprices of King James' translators were not inspired, we need stand in no special awe of them.

As the caprices of King James' translators were not inspired, we need stand in no special awe of them.

In what sense King James' translators used the word "convenient" any one may see who will read Rom. i. 28 and Eph.

James' Digest, 392-3. Law of Louisiana.

In what sense King James' translators used the word "convenient" any one may see who will read Rom.

Sth wanted to go along with him; but Wpe seized him by the arm again and dragged him up by the east side of Huntly Street, whereby they could get easily to James' Square.

Mr. Truelove was therefore compelled to suffer his sentence, but memorials, signed by 11,000 persons, asking for his release, were sent to the Home Secretary from every part of the country, and a crowded meeting in St. James' Hall, London, demanded his liberation with only six dissentients.

He died in London in 1689, aged 65, and lies in the churchyard of St. James', Piccadilly.

Holy Trinity and St. James' are practically new churches, although rebuilt on the ground plans of the original structures.

James' unfortunate son held here one of those unsuccessful councils of war that seemed always to turn events in favour of the enemy.

St. James' Church, with its fine Perpendicular tower, will be passed if the main road is taken toward Avebury.

[Footnote 30: 'Royal bed:' the river led from the Thames through St James' Park.]

[Footnote 125: 'Swallow:' this story is supposed to refer to a meeting of Roman Catholics held in the Savoy to deliberate on King James' measures, when Father Petre (M. Martin) induced them to join the king's side, and to remain in England.]

That offers of purchase were no less likely than those of sale to be prompted by such considerations is suggested by another Georgia letter: "I have made every attempt to get the boy Frank, the son of James Nixon; and in order to gratify James have offered as far as five hundred dollars for himmore than I would pay for any negro child in Georgia were it not James' son."

We find in such buildings as Hampton Court Palace, St. James' Palace, and Chelsea Hospital examples of the use of brickwork in important buildings near London at later dates.

In most of them there is a contrast of color; but Mr. Waterhouse, in the Technical Institute, has employed red terra cotta with red bricks, as he also has done in his fine St. Paul's School at Hammersmith, and Mr. Norman Shaw has, in his fine pile of buildings in St. James' street.

but the Professorthat is to say, Mrs. P.laughed so loud when he said, "Will you take this wo-man to be your wedded husband" that we all joined in full chorus, whereupon the poor priest (who was only the sexton of St. James') was so confused that he married them over twice.

[Footnote 12: See some curious correspondence on this subject in the St. James' Gazette, Feb. 10, 15, and 20, 1882.]

Thus when at King James' death King Charles ascended the throne, he inherited a legacy of trouble.

His majesty, on his arrival from Windsor, had been lodged in St. James' Palace, and as this was completely surrounded by the Roundhead troops, there was no chance of effecting an invasion thence.

"King James' translators merely revised former translations.

"Jane found Seth's gloves in James' hat.

I appear on Sunday nights at St. James' coffee house, and sometimes join the little committee of politics in the inner room, as one who comes there to hear and improve.

" [Footnote A: Will's and Child's were popular coffee-houses, as were also the Grecian, St. James', and the Cocoa Tree.]

Uncle James' shoes, by Doris and Samuel Webster.

Uncle James' shoes.

Harold Lamb (A); 15Sep55; R155923. LAND, FRANK S. The Bible and De Molay; presentation; Scriptural allusions and quotations, etc., by Frank S. Land and Frank A. Marshall in The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the authorized or King James' version.

Uncle James' shoes, by Doris and Samuel Webster.

Uncle James' shoes.

Harold Lamb (A); 15Sep55; R155923. LAND, FRANK S. The Bible and De Molay; presentation; Scriptural allusions and quotations, etc., by Frank S. Land and Frank A. Marshall in The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the authorized or King James' version.

I wouldn't vex our people for anything; I love them, I do," said Merrylegs, and he gave a low "ho, ho, ho," through his nose, as he used to do in the morning when he heard James' footstep at the door.

But even their old furniture will soon not be left to them, as palaces are now daily broken up like old ships, and their colossal spoils consigned to Hanway Yard and Bond Street, whence, re-burnished and vamped up, their Titantic proportions in time appropriately figure in the boudoirs of May Fair and the miniature saloons of St. James'.

Once more united with his wife, her personal influence at the court of St. James', and her powerful connections, might secure him from annoyance; and Venetia had even indulged in a vague hope of returning to England.

ANNE (putting her hands on James' shoulders) Maybe we won't have a chance of seeing each other after all.

ANNE I'm shy of going into James'.

Baldwin's Black, Ogden's Black, Black Naples, Lee's Prolific, James' Prolific, and Old Black are among the best.

Such was our experience during the two days we attempted to hold a convention in St. James' Hall, Buffalo.

My informant told me that his name waswell, it sounded like Rumo, possibly Roumeaux, as most of the wealthy settlers were of French origin, that he lived in St. James' Ward, and that when he bought slaves and sent them down to his plantations, they each received twenty-five lashes as they entered his gates, as an example, of what they would receive if they did not please him.

She supplied the necessary funds for Sir Henry James' topographical survey of Jerusalem, in the endeavor to discover the remains of King Solomon's temple, and offered to restore the ancient aqueduct, to supply the city with water.

" All this time Tim Jones had been dutifully holding the satchel, which he now deposited at Ethelyn's feet, and then, at James' invitation, he sprang into the hinder part of the wagon-box, and sitting down, let his long limbs dangle over the backboard, while James sat partly in Richard's lap and partly in Ethelyn's.

and how handsome James' eyes grew as they rested admiringly upon the sprightly girl, who perfectly conscious of his gaze, never looked at him, but confined her attention wholly to Richard, until Andy asked "if they could not have a bit of a tune.

Next came a song"Old Folks at Home"and in spite of her resentment Ethelyn found herself listening intently as James' rich, deep bass, and John's clear tenor, and Andy's alto joined in the chorus with Melinda's full soprano.

She knew how out of place they were, and fully appreciated the puzzled expression on James' face when he saw the blue velvet smoking cap.

But Melinda's mind was not yet made up, and as she was too honest to encourage hopes which might never be fulfilled, she would not even look up into the handsome eyes resting so admiringly upon her as she tied the bow of the cravat and felt James' breath upon her burning cheeks.

Perhaps it was the resolution formed that night, and perhaps it was the answer to Andy's prayer that God would have mercy upon Ethie and incline her and his mother to pull together better, which sent Ethelyn down to breakfast the next morning and kept her below stairs a good portion of the day, and made her accept James' invitation to ride with him in the afternoon.

But they appreciated it fully, and James' eyes were very bright and sparkling when, in imitation of Andy, he bade his sister good-night, thinking, as she left the room how beautiful she was and how pleased Melinda would be, and hoping she would find it convenient to practice there evenings, as that would render an escort home absolutely necessary, unless "Terrible Tim" came for her.

Mrs. Jones was over almost every hour, or if she did not come Tim was sent to inquire, his voice very low and subdued as he asked, "How is she now?" while James' voice was lower and sadder still as he answered, "There is no change."

James' face was very pale as he listened, and when his mother spoke of the disgrace which would come upon them all, his hard fists were clenched for a moment, while he thought of Melinda, and wondered if with her it would make any difference.

Gradually, too, there came to be napkins for tea, and James' Christmas present to his wife was a set of silver forks, while John contributed a dozen individual salts, and Andy bought a silver bell, to call he did not know whom, only it looked pretty on the table, and he wanted it there every meal, ringing it himself sometimes when anything was needed, and himself answering the call.

"Yes, Governor of Iowa; and James' wife lived with him.

JAMES' NAVAL HISTORY, in 4 vols.

It is not surprising to find the eclogues of the early years of James' reign reflecting current events.

The MS. is in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge; see M. R. James' Catalogue of the Western MSS., ii.

The base of King Charles' statue at Windsor, the font of St. James', Piccadilly (round the base of which are figures of Adam and Eve), are his work, as is also the lime-tree border of festoon work over the communion table.

" The fashion in those days of having symmetrical doors in a room, that is, false doors to correspond with the door used for exit, which one still finds in many old houses in the neighbourhood of Portland Place, and particularly in the palaces of St. James' and of Kensington, enabled our ancestors to have good cupboards for the storage of glass, crockery, and reserve wine.

CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS, King Street, St. James' Square, London.

There's a delightfully exclusive woman in one of Henry James' novels, who refuses to be introduced to a family.

Peter Poyas was to lead a party ordered to assemble at South Bay, and to be joined by a force from James' Island; he was then to march up and seize the arsenal and guard-house opposite St. Michael's Church, and detach a sufficient number to cut off all white citizens who should appear at the alarm-posts.

two windows in three tiers, the belfry and two stages below (St Mary's, Taunton); (iv.) two in two tiers, the belfry and one stage below (Chewton Mendip, St John's, Glastonbury); (v.) two in one tier (belfry) only (St James', Taunton, Bishop's Lydeard, N. Petherton, Staple Fitzpaine, Huish Episcopi, Kingsbury Episcopi, Ile Abbots, etc.).

I was seized with violent fevers and pains in my head, which continued without intermission 'till the 23d following, when I was relieved, by the General's [Braddock] absolutely ordering the physicians to give me Dr. James' powders (one of the most excellent medicines in the world), for it gave me immediate ease, and removed my fevers and other complaints in four days' time.

If only for variety, she should snap James' head off when she says, 'Do I speak as if I loved them!'

Instead, he drove straight back to his rooms in St. James' Street, and, getting comfortably into his pet chair, he steadily set himself to think.