This was the twenty-ninth consecutive judicial decision in the past 12 months holding that such are laws unconstitutional.
By daylight on the twenty-ninth, we weighed anchor and set sail again for the north.
On May twenty-ninth they appeared on the floor of the Convention, and won their cause.
Col. Bross, of the twenty-ninth, was killed outright, and nearly every one of his officers hit.
On the twenty-ninth of April the Parliament met at Edinburgh.
Great earthquakes have agitated St. Domingo, as will be seen in the twenty-ninth chapter.
Devonshire moved that Tuesday the twenty-ninth should be the day.
Nor must we forget the Portrait of Mrs. Siddons, painted by Gainsborough, in the charm of her twenty-ninth year, in 1784.
On Monday morning, the twenty-ninth of September, we took the cars for home.
My twenty-ninth was in San Francisco, I remember—rather a bleak birthday.