Catching Montague's eye, he nodded and smiled; and after that, every once in a while their eyes would meet and exchange a greeting.
All my life I've been surrounded by people who wanted to do me good; and the way they wanted to do it was to exchange my real money for pieces of paper which they'd had printed with fancy scroll-work and eagles and flags.
Subscribers may exchange their numbers by sending them to us (express paid) with 35 cents to cover cost of binding, and 10 cents for return carriage.
They thought it unreasonable to ask for four or five Indians in exchange for but one white man.
It wants correspondents, and to exchangeflowers and minerals.
Our suggestion of forming a photographic exchange club, or travelling photographic exhibit, meets with the warm approval of many of our members.
As they were unable to endure such cruel treatment, the unhappy prisoners appealed to their jailers, who took off the chains, but in exchange put their legs in stocks.
They never steal, but give miscellaneous articles in exchange for what they take.
They had stolen the paste, and left in exchange a piece of stick, a length of rope, some odds and ends of wire, and an unbroken glass funnel.
We are unable to state what this particular trade rat left in exchange for all this "loot.
It often happened that the contractors did not send in the full amount of beer paid for, but gave the purser money in exchange for the difference.
By the narrowness of their thoughts, one would imagine they conceived the world to be no wider than Exchange Alley.
Sleep anywhere, and under any conditions,  seemed just then a thing one might well exchange the remnants of one's life for.
I hardly know wherein philosophy and wine are alike unless it be in this, that the philosophers exchange their ware for money, like the wine-merchants; some of them with a mixture of water or worse, or giving short measure.
Which do you think the greater and more difficult thing to do: to exchange the disorder of that irresistible whirlwind to a clarity like this, and becalm the whole world again, or to refashion the form of a woman into that of a bird?
To exchange commonplaces with the man who held the woman he loved by an evil hold, who owned a power so baneful, so foul--to bandy words with such an one was beyond him.
Small T-shaped pieces of tin, moreover, were used as a medium of exchangeor currency.
We might almost be tempted to say that the cathedrals of Mexico are not a philosophical exchange for its Teocallis, nor that the stake and axe of the Inquisition were much advance upon the sacrificial stone of the Aztec war-god!
At its headquarters in the Royal Exchange building are preserved many interesting relics of the history of the institution.
From a simple coffee-house open to all and sundry, it has developed into the shipping-exchange of the world, employing 1,500 agents in all parts of the globe.
An exchange of cards followed, and a meeting was arranged for the following morning at the Cocoa-Tree to settle details of the inevitable duel.
They will be agriculturists long before they succeed in manufactures or commerce, and they will require the mediation of strangers to exchange their produce beyond seas for those articles for which a demand will begin to be felt.
The Europeans introduced amongst the savages of North America fire-arms, ardent spirits, and iron: they taught them to exchange for manufactured stuffs, the rough garments which had previously satisfied their untutored simplicity.
On the other hand, however, by the law merchant, which is part of the law of England, and which disregards the rules of common law, bills of exchange were freely assignable.
The several kings of England and the Sir Thomas Gresham executed by him for the Royal Exchangewere destroyed with the building itself in 1838.
We ask you to still refuse all exchange of prisoners, until the Õsame treatment can be secured for black and white.
Thereupon the Federal Government declared that its negro soldiers must receive equal rights with the whites, and until this was conceded there should be no exchange at all.
My object in naming this intention to you is that, if you are likely to receive a similar gift from any other friend, you will tell me so, and I will exchange it for something else, as duplicate gifts are a great bore.
George continued: "And now, once for all, I request that we may exchange forgiveness, and that we may part and remain friends.
These checks are now sent to all parts of the world and through the banking facilities they are everywhere as good as gold, subject only to the natural rates of exchange between different countries.
New York wrote me: "From the best evidence to be gathered in the excitement here, it is safe to infer that the Gold Exchange Bank will suffer losses to the extent of its capital and surplus at least, and perhaps more.
For the moment, the condition of Wall Street and the Gold Exchange seemed to justify the statement of the person whose language has just been quoted.
With kind feelings for the colored people of Virginia General Lee favored the substitution of a white class of laborers, if an exchange could be made, of which however, he had neither plan nor hope.
Of the called bonds some were in America, and the owners did not choose to present them in London in exchange for five per cent bonds, nor for coin.
To the contrary of that prediction, it is to be said that the Gold Exchange Bank was able to meet all its obligations.
He had always favored a free exchange of prisoners, knowing that the proper means for the care and comfort of prisoners could not be furnished in the Confederacy.
Their native population would rejoice to exchange German for British rule.
Great Britain assumed protection over the Island of Zanzibar, and ceded to Germany in exchange the Island of Heligoland.
Zanzibar Island, indeed, itself fell under a German form of suzerainty from this date until 1890, when Germany resigned all claims over the island to Great Britain, in exchange for the cession of Heligoland.
We will exchange him away for money, yea, for silver and gold, and for beef and for liquors, and for tobacco and for raiment.
When they became due he parleyed with the bill-holders, and gave them instalments of their debt, or got time in exchange for fresh acceptances.
What do you offer in exchange to a woman for her love, honour, and obedience?
Cimon had a following of young men; and when walking out, if he met a poor man in meagre garments, he enjoined one of his friends to give him his clothes in exchange for the rags.
It was from this building that the plan of the London Royal Exchange was taken.
Perugino's frescoes in the Exchange (Collegio del Cambio) are very beautiful, depicting the virtues of illustrious Greeks and Romans.
Then as the edge was taken off their appetites they commenced to exchange comments on the doings of that particular day, which could always be marked with a white stone in their memories.
They evidently felt so chagrined over having failed to overhaul the fugitives that they would not even wait to exchange words with the Dutch soldiers, but wheeling their horses started back along the dusty road.
It would seem queer to me to go about asking people to take their money out of the bank to give me in exchangefor pieces of paper that might not be good in the end.
Barker ripped the wrapper from an exchange absently.
Amongst the conditions there was a very proper and prudent one--exchange into a less expensive regiment.
We require that it shall be a convenient medium of exchange between different countries, and we require of it that it shall be a fair and permanent record of obligation over long periods of time.
The exchange must be calculated exactly the same whether we use gold, silver, or paper in our domestic trade; and this notion that we "should be at a disadvantage in the exchange" is a delusion.
The importance of the change of the centre of gravity and exchange from Venice to Antwerp, therefore, lies in this fact.