Similarly, the thirty-nine framers at Philadelphia were allowed to profess their faith even in the public square.
thirty-nine members were to be allowed to each province, and distributed without any great alteration of the existing boundaries.
He cleared the water thirty-nine times before he gave up leaping.
"Send us more men," they said, and from the western front four divisions containing thirty-nine battalions were sent to them.
On that day two rods caught thirty-nine sea-trout, weighing forty pounds.
Of course I shall be as awkward as possible, and no doubt I shall make thirty-nine enemies.
John's gospel, seventh chapter, verses thirty-seven to thirty-nine.
He married another wife, and for thirty-nine years held the living of Eakring, where he died on March 7, 1708.
In 1843 he graduated, ranking twenty-first in a class of thirty-nine.
They fell in and around the fortifications, destroyed buildings, cut the levee, and killed fourteen men and wounded thirty-nine.