in sequence

References in classic literature ?
Petrarch's example was still commonly followed; the sonnets were generally composed in sequences (cycles) of a hundred or more, addressed to the poet's more or less imaginary cruel lady, though the note of manly independence introduced by Wyatt is frequent.
These moves are illustrated with lots of color photographs, including a helpful strip across the bottom where each step is shown in sequence.
Throughout the rest of the day, the maintenance person uses the PDA both to view WOs in sequence and to enter the detailed data associated with those WOs, including work descriptions, times, and required parts and materials.
Last in sequence, though apparently not last to be written, "Vineyard" serves as both coda and commencement for Blue as the Lake.