One can see how easy it will be for a lessee to make money in coal in Alaska.
The two detectives watched the lessee narrowly as that question was put.
The Alexandrian bills of exchange were paid in gold by the lessee of the royal bank, who was a good friend of Hermon.
I was really manager most of the time, and lessee of the theatre.
In 1863, no lessee made more than half an ordinary crop of cotton, and very few secured even this return.
Gray-coat parson, a lay impropriator, or lessee of great tithes.
If the time be less, a verbal lease may be made, even though the lessee does not take immediate possession of the premises.
The lessee pays a tenth of the produce of the soil for his right of cultivation.
Indeed, the enthusiasm showed no sign of diminution when the lessee had made his exit.
Conductor, on The Apollonicon,—lent to the lessee for that night only,—Mr. Purkis.