Lincoln confessed at the outset of life that he was going to avoid society, as its frequentation was incompatible with study.
It was from this daily frequentation that the latter was enabled to write a "Life of Lincoln."
There is a close connection, as I said, between the frequentation of a district by anglers and the excellence of its hotels.
Evidently the frequentation of St. Joseph's was much the same as the theatres.
The kings proclamation, then, against the frequentation of taverns was without effect.
The frequentation of the port of Nieuport presents all the facilities which the merchants can require.
Without the walls of Newgate the house of his frequentation was the 'Dog Tavern.'
Does not the frequentation of French cemeteries show how attached we are to the body?
He had a wide knowledge of the world, obtained by the frequentation of all sorts of companies.
The end of this commerce is simply privacy, frequentation and conference, the exercise of souls, without other fruit.