As to your goods, I pray you take them, and dispose
of them as you please.
While they were thus deliberating upon our fate, we were imploring the succour of the Almighty with fervent and humble supplications, entreating him in the midst of our sighs and tears that he would not suffer his own cause to miscarry, and that, however it might please him to dispose
of our lives--which, we prayed, he would assist us to lay down with patience and resignation worthy of the faith for which we were persecuted--he would not permit our enemies to triumph over the truth.
You will, of course, dispose of it in some way or other?
You only intend, then, to dispose of that part of your fortune which the law allows you to subtract from the inheritance of your son?
She then began to look about her for a shop in which she might dispose of something for the moment.
Madame," she said, in timid tones, for want had not yet made Adrienne bold or coarse, "I have a thimble to dispose of--could you be induced to buy it?
First taking another look at the pretty little hand and fingers, to make certain the thimble might not be reclaimed, when satisfied that it really belonged to her who wished to dispose of it, she ventured to answer.
I've been into the City to-day as you know," Trent continued, "and I found as I expected that you have been making efforts to dispose
of your share in the Bekwando Syndicate.
Why, no,' said the collector; 'they couldn't very well dispose
of her at night, and so she is staying with an acquaintance of hers, and another young lady; they both belong to the theatre.
We therefore, who are the registers of that lottery, shall imitate those sagacious persons who deal in that which is drawn at Guildhall, and who never trouble the public with the many blanks they dispose
of; but when a great prize happens to be drawn, the newspapers are presently filled with it, and the world is sure to be informed at whose office it was sold: indeed, commonly two or three different offices lay claim to the honour of having disposed of it; by which, I suppose, the adventurers are given to understand that certain brokers are in the secrets of Fortune, and indeed of her cabinet council.
Rawdon had kindly busied themselves with Sir Pitt, who was to dispose
of the remainder most advantageously for her, when he had time.
The pride of states, as well as of men, naturally disposes
them to justify all their actions, and opposes their acknowledging, correcting, or repairing their errors and offenses.