If the hot enemy reached him before the wheat was out, he must die by it or end matters with his own pistol.
Then, as if he feared the result of a second interview, he hastened to end matters with the Prussian negotiators.
That appeared to end matters, so far as the commander was concerned; official dignity forbade any further interest.
I would tell Mary and Jane what I thought of them, and that should end matters between us.
I have spooke to Sr Miles Cooke, who promises to lett me have your settlement to peruse, and to end matters fairly.
No doubt he meant to end matters by a sudden defeat of the leader and thus intimidate the others.