It was rumoured that he had purposely waited for the solemn occasion of a large evening party at the house of his future bride, at which he was introduced to several eminent persons, in order publicly to make known his ideas and opinions, and thereby insult the "big-wigs," and to throw over his bride as offensively as possible; and that, resisting the servants who were told off to turn him out of the house, he had seized and thrown down a magnificent china vase.
It is as clear as possible, and most comprehensible, that you, in your enthusiasm, should plunge headlong into the first chance that came of publicly airing your great idea that you, a prince, and a pure-living man, did not consider a woman disgraced if the sin were not her own, but that of a disgusting social libertine
Of course Jimmie publicly
damned his sister that he might appear on a higher social plane.
He assembled a good many Foxes and publicly
advised them to cut off their tails, saying that they would not only look much better without them, but that they would get rid of the weight of the brush, which was a very great inconvenience.
You have been entrapped into marrying a man who has been publicly
accused of poisoning his first wife--and who has not been honorably and completely acquitted of the charge.
Ozma of Oz and her people, as well as Dorothy, Tiktok and Billina, were splendidly entertained by the Queen mother, who owed all her happiness to their kind offices; and that evening the yellow hen was publicly
presented with a beautiful necklace of pearls and sapphires, as a token of esteem from the new King.
At Windygates as elsewhere, we were always more or less satisfied with ourselves, if we were publicly
discovered consulting our History--and more or less ashamed of ourselves, if we were publicly
discovered devouring our Fiction.
Early in the morning, the plunder still going on, General Baird announced publicly
by beat of drum, that any thief detected in the fact, be he whom he might, should be hung.
That house shall open again to receive her in the presence of every soul who followed the false funeral to the grave--that lie shall be publicly
erased from the tombstone by the authority of the head of the family, and those two men shall answer for their crime to ME, though the justice that sits in tribunals is powerless to pursue them.
That sort of man could never be produced publicly
to any good purpose.
He explained that his partner was then absent on an enterprise of importance, and that it particularly behoved himself publicly
to accept the blame of what he had rashly done, and publicly
to exonerate his partner from all participation in the responsibility of it, lest the successful conduct of that enterprise should be endangered by the slightest suspicion wrongly attaching to his partner's honour and credit in another country.
Julius Handford, who had been publicly
entreated to appear, and for intelligence of whom a reward had been publicly