As the journalist could have had no original contributions to make with regard to the American aborigines, his observations upon this subject have no especial value, and have been omitted.
And as he crossed the little bridge which separated the gardens he thought of more than one such meeting,--of one especial occasion on which he had first ventured to tell her in plain words that he loved her.
I cannot say that she is one of my own especial friends.
The struggle over his remains ended by other parties giving way, and the people for whom he had laboured claiming him as their especial champion and prophet.
He had no especial friendship for Mr. Johnson, but to him the differences between the President and Congress did not comprise an impeachable offense.
This perfidy is made the especial charge against both the bishops, in an accusation laid by Edward before the pope.
Edward had himself suppressed this mutiny; and, persevering in his determination to make the law respected, he next brought the judges themselves to trial, for corrupting that which it was their especial duty to preserve.
He had already weighed for her every side of the question, takingespecial pains to discuss each phase of the subject, even going so far as to disagree with MacFarlane's opinion as to the worthlessness of the ore lands.
Perhaps a few extracts, where judicious and inoffensive, may give an interest to this especial chat.
It was at least some satisfaction that she had, if only for the time being, singled him out as of especial interest, and he assured himself that the fault would be his if her interest failed.
Stuart saluted Mr. Langham, as though to attract his especial attention, and then addressed himself in a low tone to Clay.
He left the queen in charge of her women, commanding them to take especial care lest her despair should lead her to do harm to herself.
He believed on the whole she would jump; yet his alternations on this subject were the more especial stuff of his suspense.
Her husband had held his tongue and had made a large income; and these were in especial the achievements as to which Strether envied him.
The changes in this type are chiefly localized in the lymphatic apparatus, the blood showing an especial increase in those elements derived from the lymph glands.
The causes should be understood and especial treatment given for them.
Soon afterward it came to Third Avenue, easily betrayed by the flare of gaslight in beer-saloon or liquor-shop, and a thoroughfare in which night revelry seems to have claimed especial stronghold.
She remonstrated with him on the extravagance of this little devoted act, but for once he overruled her protest by a reference to the cheapness of flowers at that especial season.
It promised to be a season of especial brilliancy.
Mr. Ward was perhaps his especialdarling among the white sahibs of Chittagong, but all are praised.
His tender and affectionate disposition endeared him to his own family, with whom he was an especial favorite; and in connection with this, we may mention one circumstance strongly indicative of his yielding character.
That's the especial boast of the British constitution, sir!
With Especial Reference to the British Retention of that Post for Thirteen Years after the Treaty of 1783.
Sam's especial delectation) the most horrible pictures of Canadian hospitality that he could conjure up.
To your especial welfare,' said each student, holding his cup out towards Rex, and then drinking a short draught.