The leaves of the book are then untouched until we reach the sixty-ninth from the end, upon which is one worm hole.
With him were Boyd and two agents from the sixty-ninth Street office.
In February, 1831,—being then as far south as the sixty-ninth parallel and in 12 west,—he saw distinct and positive signs of land.
It is supposed that he died at the end of 1491 in his sixty-ninth year.
He was now in his sixty-ninth year; his careworn, bitter features began to show the weakening hand of age.
Dr. Johnson, who was then in his sixty-ninth year, was willing to write the Lives to order.
He was a devoted loyalist, and died 1787, at the age of ninety, and in the sixty-ninth year of his ministry.
This was an animated speech from a man in his sixty-ninth year.
He got a cab outside the precinct station and headed for sixty-ninth Street, dining off his nails en route.
Note how much younger they were than Calhoun, who had a few months before died in his sixty-ninth year.