The asking price was $550,000, and Finlay says he got nearly that from a New York collector.
Finlay had betrayed many men, had earned the basest wages a man can earn—the wages of a spy.
For Finlay had no thought that he was distrusted, discovered, tracked.
We had to change our senior counsel at the last moment, because Mr. Finlay was engaged on an Election Committee.
If Finlay was pretending to be terrified he acted marvellously well.
Unlike Finlay, who draws pictures from poems, we procure pictures from Bok and write poems about them.
Two others followed, holding Finlay, gagged and bound, by the arms.
After peace had been restored, Finlay represented the matter so strongly that the monopoly was re-established.
Neal dragged his hands from Finlay's grasp, and crawled out.
The consequence of this neglect was seen in the details of Finlay's reports as he travelled from Quebec to Montreal.