God his deliverance, one of David's sons (2 Sam. 5:16); called also Eliphelet (1 Chr. 3:8).
The house was kept by eliphalet Bartlett in Revolutionary times as account-books show, though the sign-board bears the date 1798.
When eliphalet Duncan was about twenty he lost both of his parents.
As for eliphalet, let it not be thought that he had no passion.
eliphalet did not get a wink of sleep, neither did his friend.
eliphalet Fox, greatly delighted at the triumph of this election, lost no time in publishing a handbill announcing the issue.
Kitty listened in silence, and eliphalet thought she had changed her mind.
It was shortly after ten o'clock when he started, in a roundabout way, for the home of eliphalet Loop.
She said that eliphalet Duncan seemed to have forgotten that she was married.
If he had been christened 'eliphalet Xenophon' it would have been considerably stranger.
Kitty, she listened in silence, and eliphalet, he thought she had changed her mind.