When you have a chance to read certain documents which your Government does not let you read now, you can form an impartial judgment as to whether or not Americans and the other neutral peoples have been unjust in deciding that Germany is responsible for the war.
I cannot understand what actuated so many persons, supposedly rational, to sign such a ridiculous document.
Now, he was exceedingly regular in this respect; in fact, he had never been known to fail, either to appear in person or to transmit the necessary documents to his agent, Mr. Jellicoe.
Caesar on learning this took the documents containing the treaty from the vestal virgins and sent for Antony and Lepidus.
It might be assumed that Rich Andrews and Charlie Boykin, who had brought the E911 Document to the attention of telco security, might be spared any official suspicion.
And Andrews found the E911 Document.
That drawer, since it was, perhaps, to contain such priceless documents as the love letters of a king--even more so, if the love letters were from another man!
Such was my anxiety to remove all the grounds of complaint and to bring to a termination the difficulties in which they are involved that I directed the very liberal propositions to be made to them which accompany the documents herewith submitted.
Americans have studied carefully the official documents issued by the different Governments concerning the origin of the war, and have had the advantage of seeing all the papers which each has published.
So he said, in irritable tones: "Miss Merrick gave me this document a few days ago, leading me to believe it was her last will.
When it will be possible to examine carefully the diplomatic documents of the War, and time will allow us to judge them calmly, it will be seen that Russia's attitude was the real and underlying cause of the world-conflict.
In August he received a visit from Mr. Hobhouse, and on this occasion drew up the remarkable document afterwards given to Mr. M. G. Lewis for circulation in England, which appeared in the Academy of October 9th, 1869.
Do you think I have crossed the ocean to deliver this document, and then I shall stop?
A technical writer had been hired to research and write the E911 Document.
But, Mr. Bragg, you have seen documents that cannot err, and know that the public has not the smallest right to this bit of land."
Neidorf had still received the E911 Document when Prophet had transferred it to him from Rich Andrews' Jolnet node.
I have repeatedly stated that I have not published any document which was not meant for publication; I have availed myself of my knowledge of the most important international Acts and of all diplomatic documents merely as a guide, but it is on facts that I have solidly based my considerations.
He thanked her, went to his seat, and perused the document.
Mr. Finnis, who had been hiding the plan under the papers before him, handed a document up to his chief.
The act of illicitly copying a document from a computer is morally equated with directly robbing a company of, say, half a million dollars.
He would have argued to himself that if I'd sent any document away, with Raoul's connivance or without, I would be wanting it back as soon as possible; and he would have mentioned to the police that possibly a messenger would bring me something--if my correspondence through the post was found to contain nothing compromising.
Dictare" was to write letters or prepare documents.
"Well," said Jervis, laying down the document as Thorndyke detached the last sheet from his writing-pad, "I have met with a good many idiotic wills, but this one can give them all points.
He had "stolen" the E911 Document in some sense, but notions of property in cyberspace can be tricky.
"Only that very day the Earl of Brockelsby had, by quietly showing the original ancient document to his brother, persuaded him how futile were all his hopes.
He produced a long, sealed document, which he handed across the table.
Kluepfel and Dalton, officers of Bellcore and AT&T security, had possessed the document for sixteen months--in fact, they'd had it even before Knight Lightning himself, and had done nothing in particular to stop its distribution.
He thought it would be wise to pass the document along to a friend and acquaintance on the UNIX network, for consultation.
She felt truly that she would now never obtain the documents through her.
Believe me, Jason, one of my chief motives in keeping this document was the hope that you might realize its intrinsic qualities."
To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: I communicate to Congress certain documents, being a continuation of those heretofore laid before them on the subject of our affairs with Great Britain.
It was late when the plunderers appeared before the Consulates, where, without any ceremony, by hundreds, they fell to work, breaking open bales of goods, ransacking places for money and other treasures; and, thus unsatisfied in their rapacity, they tore and burnt all the account-books and Consular documents.
With great care he left the girl's side, and a single stride brought him to the large writing-table, where he secured the document, together with the pencilled memoranda of its purport, both of which he slipped into his pocket unobserved.
Dr. Johnson having given a very particular account of the connection between this family and a branch of the family of Camerons, called M'Lonich, I shall only insert the following document, (which I found in Col's cabinet,) as a proof of its continuance, even to a late period:-- TO THE LAIRD OF COL.
He held a document in his hands, in the prisoner's handwriting," added Mr. Osler, "which contained the terms on which Fort Carlton would be spared attack by the surrender and march out of Major Crozier and the mounted police.
"But before I leave you will destroy that document.
I will therefore return to him the document, but I should like you to understand that with every desire to retain your good will, I shall give Mr. Vine such advice with regard to the use of it as seems to me, as a private individual and a citizen of the United States, judicious."
We shall, however, occasionally present these documents, and here lay before the reader the orders of both General Hooker and General Lee, after the battle of Chancellorsville, giving precedence to the former.
Her pride, which lived on the double exploit of which the inhabitants still spoke, watched with jealous care, resolved to leave in existence only creditable documents, those traditions which caused her to be saluted like a fallen queen when she walked through the town.
It was while accompanying her husband on this mission that Lady Mary wrote her famous "Letters during the Embassy to Constantinople," which constitute a very important document on the state of Europe at the time.
And for the rest, you are at liberty to use your all-important documents as you may elect.
The convention then met again at Bloemfontein, made certain changes in the draft of the constitution, and again submitted the document to the colonies.
With a sense of unutterable relief which almost made up for everything endured and still to be endured, I slipped the document back into the pocket from which it had been stolen.
From him I first procured authentic documents relative to the treacherous massacre at Calabar.
Here it is; I would not burn it, because being even then very little satisfied with Mr Elliot, I was determined to preserve every document of former intimacy.
Placing the Document in an index took two clerks an hour each, totalling $43.
Miss Lavinia opened the document, read it through, went to the table, took a fountain pen from her reticule, signed the paper, returned it to Andy.
Had these men been gathered together today, even the same men, they would frame a very different document, for they took conditions and men as they were, and, with an indestructible hope to glorify their common sense, they produced a masterpiece.
said Mike, finishing this curious document.
"My law-suit is going very badly and I should like you to go through all my papers, and see if you can discover any new documents in support of my claim.