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It amounted to his being rewarded and dismissed like a faithful servant.
THE WHIRLIGIG OF TIMEWAYLAND WELLS WILLIAMS
During the course of the morning his hotel bill was brought to him, which amounted to four thousand francs.
A ROYAL PRISONERPIERRE SOUVESTRE
The total British loss in the battle of Trafalgar amounted to 1587.
Without hesitation, James bestowed it all upon him, though it amounted to three thousand pounds.
The number shot down at random must, by all accounts, have amounted to many hundreds, but it is past all human registration now.
BLACK REBELLIONTHOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON
They must have been considerable, for the fees accruing on them to Secretary Zurita amounted to fifty-five ducats.
A gain of two hours for seven nights amounted to a day's holiday a week.
The shares had then amounted to 20,000 livres, forty times their nominal price.
Such a letter, to the feelings of the parties interested, amounted to a repetition of the sentence of condemnation.
There was also an increasing surplus of revenue over expenditure, which three years later amounted to little less than £800.