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Usage examples for indemnification

  1. An estimate of the gross amount might be made, and a corresponding sum appropriated for indemnification. – The Critical Period of American History by John Fiske
  2. She could only gradually be brought to the comprehension of how the man or demon found indemnification under his yoke of marriage in snatching her, to torment, perhaps betray; and solace for the hurt to his pride in spreading a snare for the beautiful Henrietta. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. In fact, as to himself, it was not so much pecuniary indemnification that he sought, as the restoration of his offices and dignities. – The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II) by Washington Irving
  4. He asked in return to have the liberty to shoot on his own grounds, and rear the marks for his shot, treating the question of indemnification as a gentleman should. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  5. Windows were flung open and indignant boys appeared, with white shreds in hand, and vociferously appealed to the heavens above and the green lands below for justice and indemnification. – The Varmint by Owen Johnson F. R. Gruger
  6. These facts were known in Paris prior to the 28th of March, 1835, when the committee to whom the bill of indemnification had been referred reported it to the Chamber of Deputies. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  7. The Spanish Government refused indemnification to the parties aggrieved until recently, when it was assented to, payment being promised to be made so soon as the amount due can be ascertained. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  8. She had had but a brief interview with Mary, Marcus' mother, for she had positively opposed the Christian lady's suggestion that Karnis and his family would do well to quit Alexandria as soon as possible, accepting an indemnification from Mary herself. – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  9. At the same time another indemnification of a hundred and fifty thousand francs was granted to the Duchess of Bourbon. – Memoirs of the Private Life, Return, and Reign of Napoleon in 1815, Vol. I by Pierre Antoine Edouard Fleury de Chaboulon
  10. The first installment due under the convention of indemnity with the King of the Two Sicilies has been duly received, and an offer has been made to extinguish the whole by a prompt payment- an offer I did not consider myself authorized to accept, as the indemnification provided is the exclusive property of individual citizens of the United States. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  11. 13, 1842, 127; resigns, 132; appointed to Legislative Council, 177; opposes transfer of capital to Montreal, 183; opposes Baldwin's University Bill, 197; supports Metcalfe, 212; executive councillor, 216; referred to in George Brown's speech, 224; visits Lower Canada, and reports to Metcalfe on political situation, 236- 263; forms ministry, 246; attorney- general for Upper Canada, 247; secures narrow majority in elections, 1844, 250- 251; his political dexterity, 253- 255; his University Bill, 256; his scheme for obtaining French- Canadian support, 258- 235; his policy, 266- 267; his government dying, 276; resigns and becomes puisne judge of Court of Queen's Bench, 276; his University Bill, 293; his municipal legislation, 299; his Indemnification Bill of 1845, 307- 308. Sy Solicitor- general, introduces Union resolution in Upper Canada Legislative Assembly, 206, 213; brings in bill for settlement of Clergy Reserves question, 245; made attorney- general, 252; appointed to same office under Union, 283. B Becomes Metcalfe's chief adviser, 20; Globe criticizes his attempt to form a coalition, 27. C Forms ministry, 17. E Acknowledges necessity of bringing French- Canadians into Cabinet, 31; forms ministry under Lord Metcalfe, 35; his retirement, 43. R Ryerson's public letters to, 100, 120; in the Metcalfe controversy, 126; presents case for King's College before Legislature, 149; his Provincial University Bill, 153; bill defeated, 155. Bib. – The Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History by Various
  12. In the evening after Paula's arrival Philippus had consulted with his friends as to the reception of these new guests, and the old man had interrupted him, as soon as he raised the question of pecuniary indemnification, exclaiming: " They are all very welcome. – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
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