As Nash was born in November 1567, he was only in his twenty-second year when it was published.
But that, which reconciles me the most is, that they will be soon published.
He formed some literary connections there, and had a volume of his poems published.
Thus, in stead of, "The work is now publishing," they choose to say, "The work is now being published.
Those works were our favourite theme for satirical verse, which we did not pain our Professor by publishing.
Patricia was rereading all the books that Charteris had published, and they engrossed her with an augmenting admiration.
It is stated that a French version of Mrs. Leicester's School, under the title Les Jeunes Pensionnaires, was published.
No answer to his letter is to be published.
I now publish.
*** A "History of the Russian Revolution" has been published.
The book is a veritable repository of information concerning players, clubs and personalities connected with the game in its early days, and is written in a most interesting style, interspersed with enlivening anecdotes and accounts of events that have not heretofore been published.
Felicia Browne was fourteen years old when a collection of her poems was published.
Query, what was this competition, and were any of the other versions published?
The Duke will urge him to have regular bulletins published.
The text of the treaty of 1894 between France and Russia has never been published.
The design is not altogether new, it being from the Encyclopaedie Methodique, a series of dictionaries, now publishing in Paris; and about four years since a similar work was commenced in England, but only three volumes or dictionaries of the series were published.
No prophecy, no type of breakfast had been published.
The journals also of these, which gave occasional accounts of the sufferings of the slaves, were frequently published.
About the same time "Democracy," a collection of the addresses which he had delivered in England, was published.
Being the first Musick of this kind ever published.
When, however, Wilson's biography was taken in hand by his sister, Cairns promised to help her in every possible way with his advice and guidance, and this he did from week to week till the book was published.
It is not improbable that they would have shrunk from some of the disclosures which they made, had they known that they would be published.
The spirit in which she bore the first overwhelming passion of grief may be best seen in the letters written by her to Doctor Fitzwilliam, who had been chaplain at Woburn, and who afterwards returned them to Mr. Solwood, the librarian there, by whom they were published.
The earliest version of "Tamerlane" was included in the suppressed volume of 1827, but differs very considerably from the poem as now published.
This volume is the handsomest and cheapest subscription book extant, and contains in itself more to give it enduring fame and make it universally popular than any book ever published.
Think, too, of the extent to which you would be interviewed by the reporters of the Sun, and the atrocious libels concerning yourselves and your families which that unclean sheet would publish.
In the present edition several suggested changes of text, which were written by Wordsworth on the margin of a copy of his edition of 1836-7, which he kept beside him at Rydal Mount, are published.
Then came the Giunti, the learned family of the Stephenses, of whom Robert is accredited as the author of the present divisions of our New Testament into chapters, and Henry, author of the great Greek Thesaurus, the most valuable Greek lexicon ever published.
The funeral oration was written and delivered on the occasion, by Spiridion Tricoupi, and ordered by the government to be published.
Also it has been published.
They were already diners d'adieux, as every day in the papers the fall of the ministry was announced, and the names of the new ministers published.
It was in this magazine that Smedley's two novels, Frank Fairleigh and Louis Arundel were first published.
Southey's Sir Thomas More; or, Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of Society, had just been published.
Footnote 3: The name was commonly believed to be Rivers, when this Paper was published.
"On Thursday, Jan. 9th, 1823, the preliminary classes, for arrangement of details of the B.A. Examination, were published.
Yet for a century and a half it remained entirely unknown, and not until 1825 was Pepys's shorthand deciphered and published.
and Ipomoea gracilis; and a species of the natural order leguminosae allied to galega; Erythrina indica or the coral-tree; several species of eucalyptus; a xanthorrhoea; and a great number of other curious plants which will appear whenever the catalogue of Mr. Cunningham's extensive botanical collection is published.
While thus detained for the winter at Yakutsk, he drew up some very just observations on the Tartars, which were afterwards published.
A copy of this edition, very much thumbed and wanting half a dozen leaves, fell into the hands of Charles Lamb more than a hundred years after it was published.
FOOTNOTES: Footnote 1: This letter has not been published.
The powerful instrument used at Baltimore for photographing spectra, and the measuring engine constructed to fit the photographs so that its readings give the wave lengths of lines directly within 1/100 of a division on Angstroem's scale, give the foregoing results a weight superior to many others published.
We find the details in the volume of the Society's Transactions lately published.
I am informed by my friend, Mr. W. R. Morfill, M.A., of Oriel College, Oxford, who has, I suppose, no rival in this country in his knowledge of the Slavonic tongues, that no Russian translation of the Rambler has been published.
Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine was just about to be published.
In the column under the word "witnesses," will be found the name of the individual, who signs the advertisement, or for whom it is signed, with his or her place of residence, and the name and date of the paper, in which it appeared, and generally the name of the place where it is published.
For reasons of his own he has decided to remain in England until the completion of his book (which will be published simultaneously in New York and London) and has leased Cragmire Tower, Somersetshire, in which romantic and historical residence he will collate his notes and prepare for the world a work ear-marked as a classic even before it is published.
Lindley accepted the invitation, and after they had dined, Benezet introduced his young guest into a little room used as a study, where he produced a manuscript work on the subject of spirituous liquors, in an unfinished state; he opened the book and laid it on a table before them, saying, 'This is a treatise which I have been for some time engaged in writing, on the subject of thy concern in meeting to-day; and now if thou hast a mind to sit down, and write a paragraph or two, I will embody it in the work, and have it published.
He talked little to us in the carriage, being chiefly occupied in reading Dr. Watson's second volume of Chemical Essays, which he liked very well, and his own Prince of Abyssinia, on which he seemed to be intensely fixed; having told us, that he had not looked at it since it was first published.
It is evident that neither Wheatstone nor Davy comprehended my mode, after all their assertions that mine had been published.
And those acts, O conscript fathers, I, who never approved of them, have still thought it advisable to maintain for the sake of concord, so that I not only did not think that the laws which Caesar had passed in his lifetime ought to be repealed, but I did not approve of meddling with those even which since the death of Caesar you have seen produced and published.