Posterity never will pardon it, and my literary executor shall devote a full page to abuse of you in his behalf.
Kelsall discharged his duties as literary executor with exemplary care.
I sealed these carefully up, and began to bethink me whom I should appoint my literary executor.
He had, as I afterwards learned, made a will in which he appointed me his literary executor.
Between 1881 and 1884 he was occupied as Carlyle's literary executor in issuing his biographical remains.
As yet I have not found the times favorable for publication, and the MS. may perplex my literary executor.
Some were taken by Streatfeild, his literary executor, and some few were lost in transitu; the remainder are here.
Thus, in compiling the life of a poet, we maintain that a literary executor has purely a literary function to perform.
No literary executor had been appointed, and the materials for a biography had been mostly destroyed by Johnson's orders.
Residing at Paris as a teacher of mathematics, he became a disciple of Comte, who appointed him his literary executor.