This relationship is shown wonderfully -- as wonderfully as between the fossil and extinct Marsupial animals of Australia -- by the great collection lately
brought to Europe from the caves of Brazil by MM.
The Lord has lately
prospered me, and I was minded this day to ride forth and repay my debt to you.
I was sure it could not be far off; but I had put my huswife upon it, you see, without being aware, and so it was quite hid, but I had it in my hand so very lately
that I was almost sure it must be on the table.
That, whereas certain ambassadors arrived from the Court of Blefuscu, to sue for peace in his majesty's court, he, the said Flestrin, did, like a false traitor, aid, abet, comfort, and divert, the said ambassadors, although he knew them to be servants to a prince who was lately
an open enemy to his imperial majesty, and in an open war against his said majesty.
Perhaps she has discovered this; for, as I learn from him, she warned him lately
that she is not such a dear as he thinks her.
The ruins of a house burnt by fire do not tell their tale more plainly, than do the mountains of Scotland and Wales, with their scored flanks, polished surfaces, and perched boulders, of the icy streams with which their valleys were lately
George Bartram's visits have lately
grown more and more frequent to the family at Portland Place -- so certainly I can assure you that Norah is finding a relief under her suspense, which is not of my bringing, and a hope in the future, which I have not taught her to feel.
I knew, nonetheless, exactly what dreadful face she had to show; and I wondered whether, if instead of being above I had been below, I should have had, for going up, the same nerve I had lately
Elinor then ventured to doubt the propriety of her receiving such a present from a man so little, or at least so lately
known to her.
Whilst he was hastily packing together a few articles for his journey he glanced over a poor plain missive also lately
come to hand--the one from Marian and Izz Huett, beginning
There was the Vicar of Whitestone, a parish a little way from Blackstable: he was a bachelor and to give himself something to do had lately
taken up farming: the local paper constantly reported the cases he had in the county court against this one and that, labourers he would not pay their wages to or tradesmen whom he accused of cheating him; scandal said he starved his cows, and there was much talk about some general action which should be taken against him.
Hugh certainly seems to have become a most mysterious person, but then, as you know, I haven't seen quite so much of him lately