Instinctively apprehensive of her father, whom she supposed it was, she stopped in the dark.Dickens.
That peculiar air of contempt commonly displayed by insolent menials to those whom they imagine are poor.Corelli.
It is only those converted by the Gospel whom we pretend are influenced by it.Daily Telegraph.
We found those whom we feared might be interested to withhold the settlement alert and prompt to assist us.Galt.
Mr. Dombey, whom he now began to perceive was as far beyond human recall.Dickens.
Those whom it was originally pronounced would be allowed to go.Spectator.
But this looks as if he has included the original 30,000 men whom he desires 'should be in the country now'.Times.
We feed children whom we think are hungry.Times.
The only gentlemen holding this office in the island, whom, he felt sure, would work for the spiritual good of the parish.Guernsey Advertiser.
Unblemished honour, and a spotless love;
Which tho' perhaps now know another flame,
Yet I have love and passion for their name.)
As to all this, the trend of events has been the reverse of that which was anticipated would be the result of democratic institutions.Times.
Choose men who, during their time of office, have never been suspected.
Choose men who, at one time or another, have held office.
There are men who, so I am told, prefer a lie to truth on its own merits.
The religion that obtains in Europe, and that, unhappily, has been introduced into America.