Then Junius, whoever he was, never published a syllable of the Letters.
Well, take him out to the barn and you better get after Junius.
Junius Cobb had seen Marie every one of these days; had walked and driven and been her escort everywhere.
With a Postscript to the first essay on Junius and his works.
This is sufficient to show a trait of character which made Junius, as a secret, a success.
Who was this “Junius,” and what was this conspiracy to terrify him?
I wish the reader to catch the spirit of Junius, and to this end I will briefly review the book.
I repeat "my sanguine" expectations that "Junius" will yet be "unearthed."
On one such inauspicious day, the young poet Junius came into a square, thronged with the grieving populace.
In 1767-69 Junius had exhausted on Chatham his considerable treasury of insult.
masc. proper name, from Latin Junius, name of a Roman gens. The pseudonym of the author of a famous series of letters in the "Public Advertiser" from 1768-1772.