Court doesn't open for a few minutes yet," said the assistant district
In the District
of Minas alone, there were destroyed two hundred and fifty-five houses, two hundred and seventy-six barns, one hundred and fifty-five outhouses, eleven mills, and one church; and the friends of those who refused to surrender were threatened as the victims of their obstinacy.
Attorney,” said Judge Temple, affecting to busy himself with his minutes, “proceed with the second indictment.
He brought me news when I was down with fever at Dupe that one of Ibn Makarrah's men was parading through my District
with a bunch of slaves--in the Fork
in which he had landed was residential--a district
of merchants of the more prosperous sort.
When the proclaimed date arrived, half a million soldiers were sent into the mountainous districts
The number of humble-bees in any district
depends in a great degree on the number of field-mice, which destroy their combs and nests; and Mr.
If then, as appears probable, species first become rare and then extinct -- if the too rapid increase of every species, even the most favoured, is steadily checked, as we must admit, though how and when it is hard to say -- and if we see, without the smallest surprise, though unable to assign the precise reason, one species abundant and another closely allied species rare in the same district
-- why should we feel such great astonishment at the rarity being carried one step further to extinction?
These people comprised all the intelligence of the district
over which they ruled.
Hence the houses of this district
, having had a thousand dwellers, should have a thousand tales to tell, mostly dull ones, no doubt; but it would be strange if there could not be found a ghost or two in the wake of all these vagrant guests.
My colleagues: Philip Ivanitch Nikitin, Mihail Stanislavitch Grinevitch"--and turning to Levin--"a district
councilor, a modern district
councilman, a gymnast who lifts thirteen stone with one hand, a cattle-breeder and sportsman, and my friend, Konstantin Dmitrievitch Levin, the brother of Sergey Ivonovitch Koznishev.
This was a special body raised by the railways and colliery owners to supplement the efforts of the ordinary civil police, who were perfectly helpless in the face of the organized ruffianism which terrorized the district