His nephew and heir presumptive, John Feversham, (fictitious person) was coming with him.
He lay there and invented for Jane Brown a fictitious person, who was himself.
Father Mortimer is a fictitious person, this Sir John having in reality died unmarried.
Indeed, he even says that the land "is erected into a legal or fictitious person, and is styled 'praedium dominans.'"
His next step was to write the life of a fictitious person amidst fictitious scenes.
It is difficult enough at best to invest a fictitious person with reality, and the writer can afford to neglect no device.
He never buys for himself, but always for some fictitious person, and often resorts to purchasing from distant points.
In some cases the name of a real and that of a fictitious person may have become confounded.
The doctrine of the fictitious person as payee may also exonerate a banker who has paid an order bill to a wrongful possessor.
If the payee is a fictitious person the bill may be treated as payable to bearer .