Froude made this observation in the middle of the nineteenth century.
In America during the nineteenth century, whiskey was a daily staple for most adults.
But in the early years of the nineteenth century there were too many aristocrats and too little that was suitable for them to do.
She was also a buxom beauty, a kind of nineteenth century bombshell who loved to flirt.
A series of political movements and cultural revolutions changed this, beginning as far back as the nineteenth century.
His methods were imitated by most of the hypnotizers of the nineteenth century.
We extract it from the nineteenth volume of the Critical Review, p. 141.
Almost needless to say this same favorable attitude has continued during the nineteenth century.
The humanitarians of the nineteenth century did not settle anything.
Centuries take a lower-case letter: fifteenth century, nineteenth, twentieth, etc.