Davenport—real name james clark—says it may have been a bit of each.
It now forms part of a farm occupied by a tenant of Mr. james clark.
"I think that everything so far is satisfactory," said Sir james clark.
I believe common opinion confirms Sir james clark's observation to this effect.
A particularly awkward question had been raised by the position of Sir james clark.
james clark—the Swedenborgian that was—is at the poorhouse, insane with too large views, so that he cannot support himself.
She grew feverish, and at last Sir james clark pronounced that she was going to have the measles.
Sir james clark's consent to serve was doubtless secured at the dinner just mentioned.
In the preceding spring james clark, one of the hands in the lumber mill at Lindsay, had been killed in an accident.
Mrs. james clark, whose pew was behind ours, never took her eye off it—or so Felicity averred.