But vnto this mans oth the archbishop and the other lords were so Hastie in giuing of credit.
For a little while I halted at Hastie's gate, and watched with interest the northward rush of the afternoon express.
He that is Hastie to giue credite, is light minded; and shall be held as one that sinneth against his owne Soule.
Here he was—whether caught or come back was all one to Hastie: the point was to make an end of the business.
Smith thought of Hastie's comparison of the toad and the dove, and was glad to think that the matter was at an end.
“He shall fight no one in this camp, I can tell him that,” said Hastie.
Hastie dismissed the most of what they had heard as nothing to the matter: what they wanted was the treasure.
Judge Hastie spent his first ten months in office observing what was happening to the Negro in the Army.
The frontispiece is from a negative, the property of Miss Hastie, which was taken by the conductor.
In fact Hastie's recommendations, criticisms, and arguments crystallized the demands of civil rights leaders.