Ballance, on the other hand, considers cerebellar abscess a more frequent occurrence than temporo-sphenoidal.
It is profound policy to make them watch one the other, and so keep the Ballance of power in my own hands.
His father was a cowper in Ballance Street; his mother, whom I well remember, was a midwife in the city.
Mr. Ballance is a merchant of good consideration, and understands the world not from speculation, but practice.
And holdes not God a Ballance in his fist, to reward with favour and revenge with justice?
Whereas 'tis the property of a good Ballance to turn where the most weight is, though there be some also in the other Scale.
He repealed the Ballance land-tax in 1879, and substituted a property-tax.
Almost from the first a boy of the name of Ballance, whom Dunn had taken from a charity school, was his book-keeper.
So he gave twenty fyve bars Coban gould for Ballance of all acco., which Mr. Eaton receaved.
Thus having slated the accounts between morality and trade, I shall leave the reader to draw the Ballance.