When all the evidence in the various Gray lawsuits
is sifted out, there appear to have been three distinctly different Grays: first, Gray the SCOFFER, who examined Bell's telephone at the Centennial and said it was "nothing but the old lover's telegraph.
It is written that every man who received such a beating from the Father of Waterwheels who slow the Emirs, should instantly begin a lawsuit
, because the title to his land is not valid.
His lawyer said he reckoned he would win his lawsuit
and get the money if they ever got started on the trial; but then there was ways to put it off a long time, and Judge Thatcher knowed how to do it And he said people allowed there'd be another trial to get me away from him and give me to the widow for my guardian, and they guessed it would win this time.
It was a land speculation as usual, and it had gotten complicated with a lawsuit
Thanks to what Aramis had told him, D'Artagnan, who knew already that Porthos called himself Du Vallon, was now aware that he styled himself, from his estate, De Bracieux; and that he was, on account of this estate, engaged in a lawsuit
with the Bishop of Noyon.
That fine old lady herself was worth driving ten miles to see, any day; her beauty, her well- preserved faculties, and her old-fashioned dignity made her a graceful subject for conversation in turn with the King's health, the sweet new patterns in cotton dresses, the news from Egypt, and Lord Dacey's lawsuit
, which was fretting poor Lady Dacey to death.
He lived, however, but a short time, and after his death his family pounced upon his money, brought a lawsuit
against his widow, and pushed things very hard.
I say to Creighton Sahib, "This is not a lawsuit
, that we go about to collect evidence.
Then she hung about his neck and called him every name of blessing she could think of, but her husband looked enviously across his fields, and said: "IF we reach Khanhiwara, and I get the ear of the English, I will bring such a lawsuit
against the Brahmin and old Buldeo and the others as shall eat the village to the bone.
Nay, since the result has been so fortunate, I rejoice at the wrongs which drove thee to this blessed lawsuit
Well, they ought to be, but they've had a lawsuit
for some years which has sucked the blood out of both of them, I fancy.
And I learnt from the legal records and old newspapers that there was a lawsuit
threatened, and at least begun, by one Green against the Duke of Exmoor.