We had occasion, in a former paper, to take notice of the repeated trials which have been unsuccessfully made in the United Netherlands for reforming the baneful and notorious
vices of their constitution.
if it was an accident), his gruesome pamphlet became notorious
Now there came a certain common tramp who used to go begging all over the city of Ithaca, and was notorious
as an incorrigible glutton and drunkard.
One of them(more brutal than his fellows, and the most notorious
gormandizer in the crew) said such a cruel and wicked thing, that I wonder the mere thought did not turn him into a wild beast, in shape, as he already was in his nature.
The captain was well pleased with every opportunity to gain a knowledge of the "unsophisticated sons of nature," who had so long been objects of his poetic speculations; and indeed this wild, horse-stealing tribe is one of the most notorious
of the mountains.
sterile grounds = the sandy "pine barrens" between Albany and Schenectady were notorious
for their lack of scenic beauty}
This young olive-branch, notorious
under the name of Timothy's Bess's Ben, being of an inquiring disposition, unchecked by any false modesty, had advanced beyond the group of women and children, and was walking round the Methodists, looking up in their faces with his mouth wide open, and beating his stick against the milk-can by way of musical accompaniment.
They are, in fact, notorious
marauders and horse- stealers; crossing and re-crossing the mountains, robbing on the one side, and conveying their spoils to the other.
The Adjutant was a most notorious
coward, but the Jackal was worse.
Thus lightly was the notorious
(and at the same time mysterious) Monsieur George brought into the world; out of the contact of two minds which did not give a single thought to his flesh and blood.
Her neglect of her husband, her encouragement of other men, her extravagance and dissipation, were so gross and notorious
that no one could be ignorant of them at the time, nor can now have forgotten them.
He then formally declared war against Pedro Lopez, the leader of the slave-drivers, enrolled a band of runaway slaves in his service, armed them, and conducted a campaign, which ended by his killing with his own hands the notorious
half-breed and breaking down the system which he represented.