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Peter Elmsly, a partner of the celebrated Paul Valliant, and himself an importer of books and no mean critic and linguist, died.
Many gallants 'took' their tobacco in the lords room over the stage, and went out to (Saint) Paul's to spit there privately.
Paul de Rapin de Thoyras, an eminent French historical writer, died.
If Paul ever lived, which none can prove and many deny, his evidence for the Resurrection was only hearsay evidence.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
So much had he heard from Uncle Paul about Indians, that his heart was set on going among them.
He even thought of silk and St. Paul's Churchyard and the faces of his partners in business.
He regarded his organ in St. Paul's Cathedral (rebuilt in 1899), as his magnum opus.
A poor curate for his Sunday dinner sent his servant to a chandler's shop, kept by one Paul, for bacon and eggs on credit.
St. Paul's, London, burnt, having stood nearly four centuries.
Some armed vessels were, however, speedily despatched from Rio, and a detachment of militia from St. Paul's.

WORD OF THE DAY

putativeadjective | [pyoo-tuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION
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