Which preposition to use with novelties

of Occurrences 315%

The first few days there was a small, perfectly quiet, well-behaved crowd, also a very strong police force, at the Palais Bourbon, but I think more from curiosity and the novelty of seeing deputies again at the Palais Bourbon than from any other reason.

in Occurrences 96%

I insisted upon having a tea-table, which was a novelty in those days, but it broke the stiff semicircle of red and gold armchairs carefully arranged at one end of the room.

to Occurrences 50%

The two found a deal to talk about, somehow, though it is doubtful if many of their comments were of sufficient importance or novelty to merit record.

for Occurrences 33%

She did not know at all what was going on, and that was a novelty for her.

on Occurrences 10%

"There's money in it," he wrote, "and you will prove a big card, as your character is a novelty on the stage.

as Occurrences 5%

How will you like having such a novelty as that, Sis, to introduce among your acquaintance?"

by Occurrences 5%

Fellow-soldiers, the weakness of his brain hath made his tongue walk largely; we shall have some novelties by-and-by.

with Occurrences 4%

I went, and was received like other pleasing novelties with a tumult of applause.

than Occurrences 4%

Perhaps it would be more appropriate to say that Upper Canada experienced more charm than novelty while Lower Canada experienced more novelty than charm.

into Occurrences 3%

But my poor affair had been in an earlier day, and my namesake wove novelty into the woof of his.

for Occurrences 2%

Send for our Catalogue of all the most beautiful Annuals and Perennials; and with particulars of collections for all purposes, and many sterling Novelties for 1897.

about Occurrences 2%

What he had lacked and missed so long that the restoration had a charm of novelty about it, added to its own excellency, was now the prisoner's portion.

against Occurrences 2%

But in most cases book readers must balance novelty against disappointment.

at Occurrences 2%

This is what gives to them their most striking effect of novelty at the first view.

off Occurrences 1%

But a few days sufficed to wear the novelty off the new wood camp for most of the party.

out Occurrences 1%

The ladies, God bless them, were always free to pass the guard on the city side of that small camp and earthwork, where with the ladies' guns "the ladies' man" had worn the grass off all the plain and the zest of novelty out of all his nicknamers, daily hammeringhe and his only less merciful lieutenantsat their everlasting drill. Such ladies!

like Occurrences 1%

Dante was a very curious inquirer on all subjects, and evidently acquainted with ships and seamen as well as geography; and his imagination would eagerly have seized a magnificent novelty like this, and used it the first opportunity.

from Occurrences 1%

* Accumulated novelties from Books published within the past month have led to the publication of the present Supplement.

under Occurrences 1%

So it is with the liveryman at night; he is, as a rule, only too glad to have the novelty under his roof, and takes pride in showing it to the visiting townsfolk.

in Occurrences 1%

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without Occurrences 1%

In 1841 the telegraph was placed on public exhibition at so much a head, but it was viewed as an entertaining novelty without utility by the public at large.

Which preposition to use with  novelties