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The Spaniards, indeed, feigned to regard them only as a remnant of the rebels who had joined the pre-existing brigand bands.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
Doubtless the commentator habit is fixed in the nature of man; but it was pre-eminently mediaeval.
THE MEDIAEVAL MIND (VOLUME II OF II)HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR
William Hewson died; an eminent English anatomist, and medical author.
Gottfried Achenwall, an eminent German lecturer on statistics, history and the laws of nature, died at Gttingen.
John Pickering, an eminent American philologist, died at Boston, aged 60.
Nicholas Piccini, an eminent musical composer, died at Naples.
Richard Cumberland died; eminent as a British poet, essayist, novelist and dramatic writer.
From pre-natal days I was destined for the railway service, as an oyster to its shell.
Paul de Rapin de Thoyras, an eminent French historical writer, died.
To supply eminent humorists and others with enjoyable, rational, and profitable employment.