He sent up to beg leave to wait upon me—I wonder at his assurance—!
There won't never be a time that I won't remember it was me got you sent up, that you did time in my place.
To be sent up with the cheese, or, if you like, with the tart.
In some houses, one dish at a time is sent up with the vegetables, or sauces proper to it, and this in succession hot and hot.
I sent up a charge and blew hole in the ice overhead, for our other torpoon.
Later in the morning she was sent up to help in the same ward.
There were five hundred delegates, sent up by the votes of the people.
I was sent up at speed to say that reinforcements were coming up.
The second, I sent up my name, and asked if he would wish to see me.
They were sitting there in that courtroom just wishing you would be sent up.