But we cannot enumerate a tithe of the masterpieces of the British Encyclopædia.
But the parson knows Juan, and proceeds to examine his tithe.
Surely, no more than he found—nay, not a tithe of that he found.
In all his life the adventurer had never been possessed of a tithe of this amount.
Yet it was barely a tithe of the sudden burden he had to bear.
I was bewildered enough by this speech, not a tithe of which could I understand.
The heron, the cat, and the bramble bought the tithe of a certain parish.
Not a tithe of what thousands of better men are doing every day out there.
Let no one say that a tithe of these instances would have sufficed.
And perhaps that is only a tithe of what he steals from you.