In the spring of 1919, just before the most serious decisions were to be taken, Lloyd George put before the conference a memorandum entitled "Some considerations for the Peace Conference before they finally draft their terms.
On March 25, 1919, Lloyd George presented the following memorandum to the conference: I When nations are exhausted by wars in which they have put forth all their strength and which leave them tired, bleeding and broken, it is not difficult to patch up a peace that may last until the generation which experienced the horrors of the war has passed away.
Mr. Lloyd George's memorandum is a secret document.
It pays full homage to the intentions which inspired Mr. Lloyd George's memorandum.
" "Yes, Jane," jotting down the memorandum.
"Make a memorandum of twenty thousand dollars to Silas Watson.
It was stated in the memorandum of the Messrs. Bond that the comet was seen by Miss Mitchell on the 1st instant.
The paper on which this sonnet is written has a memorandum with the date January 6, 1529.
After his return to London from this excursion, I saw him frequently, but have few memorandums: I shall therefore here insert some particulars which I collected at various times.
The manner in which this interesting memorandum concludes is quaint, but it expresses a resolution to which he was enabled to adhere in a remarkable degree throughout the course of his long life; for of him it may be said that, beyond many, his pursuits, his aims, and his conversation were not of the world, but were bounded by the line of the Gospel, and animated by its self-denying spirit.
This memorandum was made a few days after the occurrence to which it refers, on his return from Settle Monthly Meeting, and is accompanied the record of a fresh unfolding to his mental eye of the need of gospel laborers, and of his own vocation to the work.
A memorandum made in the autumn of this year shows that the doubts with which he was perplexed on the subject of his removal from Barnsley, were entirely dispelled, and that the change in his abode and position had been the happy means of relieving him from the load of anxiety which once seemed ready to crush him.
17.I was this evening accidentally induced to read over a few of my former memorandums; and it humbled my spirit to retrace the dealings of my merciful Father with me.
It was with feelings of this kind that he penned the following memorandum before going to Kornthal: 18th.
The entries in the Diary at this period are not numerous: we select from them the following short memorandum: 1829.
J.Y. has left a memorandum of the occurrence, and of the singular foreshadowing of it upon his own mind which took place at Zurich.
"I'm following your line of reasoningno elderly man would do anything like thiswrite such a strange memorandum to himself.
Memorandum that Master Prodigo owes me four thousand pounds, and that his lands are in pawn for it.
Memorandum that I owe.
Memorandum that I owe Anamnestesa breeching; i'faith, sir, I will ease you of that payment.
Memorandum that, when I was a child, Robusto tripped up my heels at football: what a revengeful dizard is this? SCAENA SECUNDA.
It was I who wrote that treasonable memorandum
He is writing a story of the war and our dark memorandum is just a little literary note of his about a spy among the American forces.
"So you see our dark memorandum was not so dark after all.
Presently a special quotation interested him; he wished to make a note of it, took out a pencil from his waistcoat pocket, and seeing a clean piece of paste-board on the floor, he picked it up, and scribbled on it the memorandum, which he wished to keep.
It is certain some of the particulars which Mr. Drummond has preferred, are not much in Ben's favour, and as few people are so wise as not to speak imprudently sometimes, so it is not the part of a man, who invites another to his table, to expose-what may there drop inadvertently; but as Mr. Drummond had only made memorandums, perhaps with no resolution to publish them, he may stand acquitted of part of this charge.
He made memorandums of their conversation, and, sending for me afterwards, showed them to me.
The Duke showed me the letter he had written to Lord Combermere in reply to his, upon my Memorandum.
Read a memorandum of Wilson's on a proposed remodelling of the army.
The Duke has left a memorandum on the Cabinet table showing clearly from treaties that this is not a case in which we are bound to interfere.
I suggested that it might be as well to make the letter substantially the Duke's Memorandum, and particularly to remind France that the Quadruple Alliance still existed.
The Duke has, as Rosslyn told me, written a memorandum to serve as the basis of Aberdeen's dispatch, very civil indeed to Molé, very much satisfied with the disposition evinced by the French Government, but, in our ignorance of the real state of things, declining to advise the King of the Netherlands.
Read to Cabell my memorandum on the alterations which might be introduced into the army, which I wrote hurriedly this morning.
It is founded upon the Duke's memorandum, but much extended à l'Indienne.
Settled with him the alterations necessary in the Chairs' memorandum of the conversation on the 12th.
Sent to the Duke a memorandum on his letter.
Vest Pocket Memorandum Book.
A handy, neatly gotten-up little memorandum book, very useful for the farmer, business man, traveler, and tourist.
A neat vest pocket memorandum book for 1890dates, cash accounts, etc., etc.
To show how high gaming ran in this assembly of wits, even so early at 1772, there is a memorandum in the books, stating that Mr. Thynne retired from the club in disgust, because he had only won £12,000 in two months.
He attended the funeral, which, as appears among his memorandums, was on the 23rd of January, 1759.
But others have called him a "promiscuous lover," because he once used to stare amorously at a handsome peasant girl and watch her labouring in the garden, only to be mocked by her; and more especially because of a memorandum of his pupil Ries, who wrote: "Beethoven never visited me more frequently than when I lived in the house of a tailor with three very handsome but thoroughly respectable daughters."
With my pencil and memorandum-book in my hand, I was making studies, as the artists call them, and often moulding them into verse with the objects and imagery immediately before my eyes."
No, we're bound to see 'em through, and no let-up till they've bought all they've got on their memorandum.
Mr. Monroe took up his commonplace-book, and made memorandums of my statements respecting the mines.
Finished the perusal of Marshall's Washington, and took the notes contained in memorandums P. and R. The first volume of this work is intended as introductory, and contains the best recital of the political history of the colonies which I have read.
After two hours' climbing over huge rounded masses of granite, and penetrating through thick bushes of underwood, we arrived only at a summit considerably beneath the one we wished to reach; but as it was too late in the day to proceed further we halted; and I took a set of angles and made some memorandums for the sketch of the bay.
Humanity at last prevailed; they returned me the worst of the two shirts and a pair of trowsers; and, as they went away, one of them threw back my hat, in the crown of which I kept my memorandums; and this was probably the reason they did not wish to keep it.
I have a great deal of reason to condemn my own negligence and folly, that for so many months I have suffered no memorandums of what has passed between God and my soul, although some of the transactions were very remarkable, as well as some things which I have heard concerning others; but the subject of this article is the most melancholy of any.
] These pencil-memorandums are in some instances written in a modern cursive hand, to which marginal readings in ink, written in an antique hand, correspond.
There are some pencil-memorandums to which no corresponding change in ink has been made; and one of these is in short-hand of a system which did not come into use until 1774.[J]
These pencil-memorandums in some instances underlie the words in ink which correspond to them.
Some of the pencilled memorandums in the folio of 1632 seem to be unmistakably in the handwriting of Mr. Collier.[K]
This judgment is passed upon all the writing on the margins of the folio, including the pencil memorandums.
For the present we shall set aside the latter,the pencil memorandums,as not properly belonging to this branch of the subject.
* We have thus far left out of consideration the faint pencil-memorandums which play so important a part in the history of Mr. Collier's folio.
Another volume in the possession of the present writer affords satisfactory evidence that these pencil-marks may be memorandums made in the latter half of the century 1600.
These annotations, or, rather, memorandums, like those in the Guazzo, explain or illustrate the text.
Does not this make it clear that the pencil-writing on the margins of Mr. Collier's folio, the greater part of which is so indistinct that to most eyes it is illegible without the aid of a magnifying-glass, and of which not a few of the most legible words are incomplete, may be the pencil-memorandums of a man who entered these marginal readings in the century 1600?
We shall also find, farther on, that pencil-memorandums or guides, the good faith of which no one pretends to gainsay, were used upon this volume.
Now for how many of this number does the reader suppose that the sharp eyes and the microscopes of the British Museum and its unofficial aids have discovered the relics of pencil memorandums? Exactly ten,as any one may see by examining Mr. Hamilton's collation.
This leaves but five pencil memorandums of changes in the text; and they, with two exceptions, are the mere adding of letters not necessary to the sense.
For not only does competent testimony from London assure us that Mr. Collier's handwriting and that of these pencil-memorandums is identical, but, having some of that gentleman's writing in pencil by us, we are able to see this identity for ourselves.
I filled two or three sheets of demy writing-paper, folded in octavo, with these memorandums.
I have stated the narrative of Mr. Collins, interspersed with such other information as I was able to collect, with all the exactness that my memory, assisted by certain memorandums I made at the time, will afford.
His manuscripts were as motley as his occupations; the workshop of a mind ever on the alert; evidences mixed up with memorandums for his will; an interesting discussion brought to an untimely end by the hiring of servants, the letting of fields, sending his boys to school, reproving the refractory members of an hospital; here a dedication, there one of his children's exercisesin another place a receipt for cheap soup.
He was deeply in debt, and his name was on every body's books, always excepting the memorandum-books of those who wanted physicians.
How?" "HeM. le Jugehas been showing me a note-book;" and the General's eyes, following Jack Papillon's, were directed to a small carnet, or memorandum-book, which the Judge, interpreting the glance, was tapping significantly with his finger.
By the way we referred to the Altar Screen, of which we now find the following memorandum in a History of St. Saviour's Church, published in 1795: "Anno 1618.
They were well into the sea of Kamtchatka, and felt that they must soon strike the spot mentioned in Ruel Gross' memorandums, if the old sailor had taken his observations correctly.
Others take either the English or the Latin plural; as, desideratums or desiderata, mediums or media, menstruums or menstrua, memorandums or memoranda, spectrums or spectra, speculums or specula, stratums or strata, succedaneums or succedanea, trapeziums or trapezia, vinculums or vincula.
The most curious passages which it contains are the duke's memorandums of his journey on two visits to the Prince of Orange, in the year previous to his last rash adventure.
The rest of the entries consist of extracts from old recipe-books, mixed in the oddest way with abridgements of English history, and the most trifling memorandums, chiefly of a private and personal kind.
In 1892 the Rumanian grievances were embodied in a memorandum which was to have been presented to the emperor by a deputation.
Memorandum for an infant boy.
With a memorandum by Carl Sandburg.
Gresham on foreign exchange, an essay on early English mercantilism with the text of Sir Thomas Gresham's memorandum: For the understanding of the exchange.
A Page from a Cash Memorandum Book.
The accompanying memorandum relative to Charles II. and his Court, is copied from an old Family Prayer Book, and from the date of the book, (?) and appearance of the writing, there is little doubt of its authenticity.
My ink failing soon after, I omitted in my daily memorandum things of an indifferent nature, & contented myself to write down only the most remarkable events of my life.
His pockets are full of papers, letters, etc., and as he searches amid the mass for some memorandum to show, glimpses may be seen of certain oblong strips of blue paper with an impressed stamp.
Trooper Burgess, a comrademy former valetcarries a duplicate memorandum.
And he requests Mr. Lear, should anything else have occurred to him as fit for recommendation or communication in his speech to Congress, to note it, that it might be ready for his consideration in case it should not be among his own memorandums.
MEMORANDUM FOR THE SEYBERT COMMISSION.
Philip the Handsome at once sent his congratulations, but by William of Plasian, who had lately been the accuser of Boniface, and who was charged to hand to the new pope, on the king's behalf, a very bitter memorandum touching his predecessor.
Miss Vickers made a note in a little red-covered memorandum-book.
M. Williamson quotes verbatim the memorandum of which this was the subject.
417-426; 443-449. EVERETT, W.H.: Memorandum on mechanical tests of some Indian timbers.
" In a memorandum or observation tending to prove that all the five zones are habitable by the experience of navigation, he thus writes: "In February 1467, I sailed an hundred leagues beyond Thule, or Iceland, the northern part of which is 73 degrees distant from the equinoctial, and not 63 degrees as some suppose; neither does it lie upon the line where Ptolemy begins the West, but considerably more to the westwards.
The last moments before he stepped into the carriage were spent in walking with me through his library and workrooms, pointing with anxious looks to every shelf and drawer, desiring me to examine all, and to make memorandums of them as well as I could.
'If I should leave off making memorandums of such events as affect or are interesting to me, I should feel like what I am,namely, a person that has nothing more to do in this world.'
To this I must add, I found full employment for the few moments, when I could rouse myself from a melancholy lethargy, to spend in looking over my store of astronomical and other memorandums of upwards of fifty years' collecting.
" Other memorandums in the same style were written in the blank leaves which appeared attached for the purpose, but it so happened that not one of them solved the mystery which so completely puzzled Mordaunt.
There were many names introduced in these memorandums, but they explained nothing; one only struck him, it was one which in his hours of suffering, of slavery, ever sounded in his ear, the fondly-remembered name of her whom he longed to clasp to his aching heartit was Emmeline; and as he read it, the same gush of memory came over him as when he first gazed on Edward.
Sanatoria, memoranda, gymnasia are now replacing sanatorium, memorandums, and gymnasiums; automata, formulae, and lacunae are taking the place of automatons, formulas, and lacunas; indices and apices of indexes and apexes, miasmata of miasmas or miasms; and even forms like lexica, rhododendra, and chimeræ have been recently noted in the writings of authors of repute.
Memoranda is preferable when used collectively, but the English plural is better in such a phrase as 'two different memorandums'.
He made memorandums of their conversation, and, sending for me afterwards, showed them to me.
While speaking, the sailing-master drew a tobacco-box from his pocket, and removing a coil of pig-tail, he came to a deposit of memorandums, that vied with the weed itself in colors.
The law requires no other voucher but the President's certificate, and there is nothing in its provisions which requires any "entries, receipts, letters, vouchers, memorandums, or other evidence of such payments" to be preserved in the executive department.