fourth, a Corinthian Christian who sent by Paul his salutations to friends at Rome (Rom. 16:23).
Well, quartus' little message is written down here, and the world knows it.
So he stopped and merely yelled again for quartus and Sporus.
I wonder if our friend quartus belonged to any of these parties?
Erastus the chamberlain of the city saluteth you, and quartus a brother.
Euricius and his son quartus listened to him as their benefactor almost on their knees.
Erastus, the treasurer of the city, saluteth you: and quartus, a brother.
quartus fuit Robertus Stot qui eciam mortuus est sine herede.
Then quartus, Blomberg, who was a passionate botanist, received a valuable text book on his favourite subject.
My place was taken by Smith tertius (or quartus), whose appearance caused an even greater furore than mine.
The breakfast was two sizings of bread and a cue (or Q, quartus) of beer; and the evening commons were a pye.