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He could converse with any number of persons, and indite a letter at the same time, without being in any wise confused.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
Dear Sir,—I am with much pleasure to indite you about your name that has come to my hand with great joy.
Les derniers jours de la grande arme; ou, Souvenirs, documents, et correspondance indite de Napolon en 1814 et 1815.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The minor that wrote sonnets has only to come of age, and feel that he can indite a check, to be cured of his love fever.
SIR JASPER CAREWCHARLES JAMES LEVER
It is not the climate I am inveighing against; it is the Gothic, diabolical ideas of the people I indite.
So I kissed his hand, and lay quiet, while he proceeded to indite a note to Biddy, with my love in it.
GREAT EXPECTATIONSCHARLES DICKENS
While your excellency takes care of him, and of the fiddler's arrest, I will go and indite the aforesaid letter.
LOVE AND INTRIGUEFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
One of our best little playmates leans over my elbow as I indite these few lines—little Katie.
I have set before thee, for thyself Feed now: the matter I indite, henceforth Demands entire my thought.
If I had the poetic vein, I would indite a pendant to Byron's iambics to that enlightened bibliopole.
GUY LIVINGSTONE;GEORGE A. LAWRENCE

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