A man who is solicitor-general at eight-and-twenty can hardly have had time for much.
So much the solicitor-general had told them, and nobody doubted that it would be so.
He must be solicitor-general either to the Whigs or to the Tories.
The former had been solicitor-general, and was a man of mark and ability in the profession.
Mr. solicitor-general Hagerman has been directed to do the same on behalf of the Episcopal clergy.
Where have you been, Colonel, with my friend the solicitor-general?
After the examination of the medical men I was called into the witness-box, and examined by the solicitor-general.
The solicitor-general resigned in a huff, and then withdrew his resignation.
"I suppose the solicitor-general sees his way, but he may be in a mess yet," said Mr. Flick.
Their objections were answered by the solicitor-general and Mr. Yorke.