A few minutes brought us to a large and busy bazaar, with the localities of which the stranger appeared well acquainted, and where his original demeanour again became apparent.Poe.
Mr. Lovelace has seen divers apartments at Windsor; but not one, he says, that he thought fit for me, and which, at the same time, answered my description.Richardson.
All the toys that infatuate men, and which they play for, are the self-same thing.Emerson.
The hills were so broken and precipitous as to afford no passage except just upon the narrow line of the track which we occupied, and which was overhung with rocks, from which we might have been destroyed merely by rolling down stones.Scott.
From doing this they were prevented by the disgraceful scene which took place, and which the leader of the Opposition took no steps to avert.Times.
They propose that the buildings shall belong ... to the communes in which they stand, and which, it is hoped, will not permit their desecration.Spectator.
The way in which she jockeyed Jos, and which she described with infinite fun, carried up his delight to a pitch...Thackeray.
In the best French which he could muster, and which in sooth was of a very ungrammatical sort...Thackeray.
Peggy ... would have liked to have shown her turban and bird of paradise at the ball, but for the information which her husband had given her, and which made her very grave.Thackeray.
There goes another sort of animal that is differentiating from my species, and which I would gladly see exterminated.H. G. Wells.
And here he said in German what he wished to say, and which was of no great importance, and which I translated into English.Borrow.
Juices ready prepared, and which can be absorbed immediately.Huxley.
A deliberate attempt to frame and to verify general rules as to phenomena of all kinds, and which can, therefore, be propagated by argument or persuasion...L. Stephen.
A painful, comprehensive survey of a very complicated matter, and which requires a great variety of considerations, is to be made.Burke.
The goldsmith to the royal household, and who, if fame spoke true, oftentimes acted as their banker, ... was a person of too much importance to...Scott.
It is a compliment due, and which I willingly pay, to those who administer our affairs.Burke.
'A junior subaltern, with pronounced military and political views, with no false modesty in expressing them, and who (sic) possesses the ear of the public,...'(Quoted by the Times.)
While there, she had ample opportunity afforded her of studying fashionable life in all its varied and capricious moods, and which have been preserved to posterity in her admirable delineations of character.
I am sensible that you cannot in my uncle's present infirm state, and of which it is not possible to expect any considerable amendment, indulge us with a visit.Cowper.
Previous to the innovations introduced by the Tudors, and which had been taken away by the bill against pressing soldiers, the King in himself had no power of calling on his subjects generally to bear arms.J. R. Green.
[The various arrangements of pueri puellam amabant] all have the same meaningthe boys loved the girl. For puellam shows by its form that it must be the object of the action; amabant must have for its subject a plural substantive, and which must therefore be, not puellam,, but pueri.R. G. White.
He refused to adopt the Restrictive Theory, and impose a numerical limit on the Bank's issues, and which he again protested against in 1833.H. D. Macleod.
The great obstacle ... is the religion of Europe, and which has unhappily been colonially introduced into America.Beaconsfield.
It may seem strange that this important place should not have been conferred on Vaca de Castro, already on the spot, and who had shown himself so well qualified to fill it.Prescott.
The struggler, the poor clerk, mechanic, poorer musician, artist, or actor, feels no right to intrude, and who quickly falls from a first transient resentment...Daily Telegraph.
Such a person may reside there with absolute safety, unless it becomes the object of the government to secure his person; and which purpose, even then, might be disappointed by early intelligence.Scott.
All this when Madame saw, and of which when she took note, her sole observation was:...C. Brontë
We therefore delivered the supplies to those individuals, and at those places, to whom the special grants had been made, and for which they were originally designed.
They marched into the apartment where the banquet was served; and which, as I have promised the reader he shall enjoy it, he shall have the liberty of ordering himself.Thackeray.
A large mineral-water firm in London, whose ordinary shares are a million in value, and which shares always paid a dividend before the imposition of the sugar-tax, have not paid any dividend since.Times.
He very much doubted whether I could find it on his mine, which was located some five miles from St. Austell, Cornwall, and upon whose property I had never been.Times.
But I have besought my mother, who is apprehensive of Mr. Lovelace's visits, and for fear of whom my uncles never stir out without arms,...Richardson.