At one point, Fiske opened a door that led, he said, up the “slave staircase” to the attic where the slaves slept.
Among these writers three have conspicuous merit—Doyle, Winsor, and Fiske.
That such a letter should have any effect on home opinion is, as Fiske says, ludicrous.
Lieut. Fiske thinks its first use was by the French in the siege of Paris, to discover the operations of the besiegers.
So much for the simple outward circumstances of Mr. Fiske's life.
Both his friends were there; Fiske with a bullet-hole through his arm.
When we reached Dr. Fiske's, his sleigh was in front of the door.
Fiske did more than anybody else has yet done to restore themto show that they are corollaries of Evolution.
"Fiske is quite right in his main contention," Mr. Stenson interposed.
Mrs. Fiske placidly remarked: 'Have we the other put up in its stead?