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- adj. On the way; soon to arrive.
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When this one appeared in the post this morning I recognised Madame Pernelle again.”
This double letter, being duly put in the post according to Mr. Landholm's promise, in the course of time and the post came safe to the Shagarack post-office; from whence it was drawn one evening by its owner, and carried to a little upper room where Rufus sat, or rather stood, at his books.
Having sent off the telegram she obtained a letter-card, and wrote immediately, remaining in the post office to do so:
They are drawn thither by a vacancy in the post of town-organist.
After very careful consideration, I have come to the conclusion that a change is desirable in the post of First Sea Lord.