It may not be uninteresting to add, that the present owner of the piano-forte alluded to, is about to consign it to my care for the purpose of disposing of it.
You have some jewels, my dear, and other articles of value; you had better pack them up, and consign them to me as soon as possible.
At least, sleep must have come late to those who were aware of the decisive plan for the morrow; that morrow which was to be the crisis of their fate, - to crown their ambitious schemes with full success, or consign them to irretrievable ruin!
For the honor of humanity, we may trust the accounts are greatly exaggerated; but that he should have given rise to them at all is sufficient to consign his name to infamy.
On the other hand, it will be miserable and pitiable in the extreme to consign what may be termed the Terra Sancta of ancient Ireland to the care of a pauper burial board.
By the honour and renown you so richly possess, I conjure you not to consign all at once to such universal infamy!
His resolution, not only to meet ruin himself, but to consign his idolized father to the same, rather than rescue either by a dereliction from virtue, was a sword, that cut asunder marrow and spirit!
What of the other things, all of which we transact under auspices within the Pomærium, to what oblivion, to what neglect do we consign them?
It was customary formerly for Kentish growers to consign all their fruit to the London markets; now a good deal of it is sent to Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Sheffield, Newcastle and other large cities.
Sometimes the cherry crop is sold by auction to dealers, who pick, pack and consign the fruit to market.
You must consign one column to the playful comments and witticisms of Savarin.
I am only ashamed to consign to him a post so much beneath his genius," and "his birth" he was about to add, but wisely checked himself.
I mean to save Rochebriant from Louvier, and consign it, free of charge, to your kinsman, as the dot of his bride, my daughter.
He was, to use his own language, "blessed with organs of digestion which accepted and concocted, without ever murmuring, whatever the palate chose to consign to them.
Mr. Hetherington has already suffered in body and mind, in purse and health; and probably awaits with apprehension the sentence, which may consign him to prison and ruin.
It had done no mischief: and I hope the Jury will not consign me to a dungeon for having sold a book which it has been proved by his own witness has done no mischief.
Although without a cause he would do no hurt to a living thing, yet if that cause were sufficient he would cheerfully consign a whole cityful to death.
Should he permit the priest who had cursed her in her lifetime to consign her to the grave with a perfunctory blessing?
It sounded as if its waters were still foaming with rage at the deed that so long ago had been enacted near at hand, and which death itself could not consign to oblivion.