At last, on his ninety-first birthday, he was being decorated with the Congressional Medal of Honor.
This book, in 1895, is in its ninety-first edition of one thousand copies.
The first meeting, according to the Abb Costaing, was not in a church, but in a meadow—as appears by the ninety-first sonnet.
At that epoch, Father Gillenormand was well past his ninety-first birthday.
The One Hundred and ninety-first was on our left, beyond the battery.
He died in 1869, just after having passed the ninety-first anniversary of his birth.
During these succeeding twenty years it has been greatly revised and enlarged, and it is now in its ninety-first edition.
The Professor was born at Tuscany, June 30, 1786, and was in the ninety-first year of his age.
At her death in her ninety-first year, she was mourned as "a Godly old maid, never married."
Mr. Adams was born October 19, 1735, and had therefore attained his ninety-first year, when he died.