Lady Bertram's being just on the other side of the table was a trifle, for she might always be considered as only half-awake, and Edmund's advertisements
were still of the first utility.
was to be answered by letter only.
He had given up his advertisement
work, and was planning a great canvas--another allegorical work.
In the hotel is a handsome little chapel where an English clergyman is employed to preach to such of the guests of the house as hail from England and America, and this fact is also set forth in barbarous English in the same advertisement
For many years the business had struggled along with a flavour of romantic insecurity in a small, dissolute-looking shop in the High Street, adorned with brilliantly coloured advertisements
of cycles, a display of bells, trouser-clips, oil-cans, pump-clips, frame-cases, wallets, and other accessories, and the announcement of "Bicycles on Hire," "Repairs," "Free inflation," "Petrol," and similar attractions.
He did not know that the TRANSCONTINENTAL had been staggering along precariously for years, that it was a fourth-rater, or tenth-rater, without standing, with a crazy circulation that partly rested on petty bullying and partly on patriotic appealing, and with advertisements
that were scarcely more than charitable donations.
Glancing lazily at the advertisements
on the first page, to begin with, I was astonished by the appearance of the following lines, at the top of a column:
He sold a drug, pretending that it was an antidote to all poisons, and obtained a great name for himself by long-winded puffs and advertisements
When the fiat of the Plutocracy went forth, they withdrew their advertisements
from the Hearst papers.
This was indeed the first time she had seen him, or at least had taken any notice of him; but as the lieutenant had assured her that he was certainly some young gentleman of fashion, she now determined to show him all the respect in her power; for, to speak truly, this was one of those houses where gentlemen, to use the language of advertisements
, meet with civil treatment for their money.
Yours is the first reply I have received; people who can afford to send long telegrams don't rush to the advertisements
in the Daily Telegraph; but, on the other hand, I was not quite prepared to hear from men like yourselves.
The old gentleman read this advertisement
from end to end in a low voice, as if he were studying it.