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- n. Alternative form of time bill.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A time-table.
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So at last the constable, agreeing to forfeit his share of the fine, and the magistrate to take a time-bill on the contractor for the next section of the railway for the remaining twenty-five dollars, they let the man go, neither of them, I am sure, seeing him depart with regret.
Could any of your correspondents favour us with the time-bill of that coach, detailing the length of the several stages, and the time of performance?
` look out Jim, 'an' I draws out my pencil an 'bends my legs -- you must always bend your legs a little, ma'am, w'en you writes on a locomotive, it makes springs of 'em, so to speak -- an' I writes on the back of a blank time-bill, ` Molly, my dear, no more shilly-shallyin 'with _me_.