I think I was up about thirty-first street, about three squares.
Howe's reinforcements had reported for duty by the thirty-first of December.
If we break them on the first night of the year, where shall we be on the thirty-first of December?
“The thirty-first of December at half-past eight,” explained Betty.
To-day, he figured rapidly, was the thirty-first of May; the second camp would not open until August the twenty-seventh.
The thirty-first held its ground; but yielding was only a question of time.
In the thirty-first year of his reign he appears to have abolished it altogether.
From the twenty-eighth till the thirty-first all Moscow was in a bustle and commotion.
He reminded them that he was then preaching his thirty-first Christmas-day sermon from that pulpit!
Can it be supposed, then, that a man may become patriotic after his thirty-first year?