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  • This remnant was afterwards converted into the present five per cent stock. Cited from Selected Speeches on British Foreign Policy 1738-1914, by Edgar Jones
  • These umbrellas were afterwards converted into bags, to hold the bread which they received. Cited from Journal of an African Cruiser, by Horatio Bridge
  • The appellation, however, which they assumed was afterwards converted into a term of derision. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II, by Tobias Smollett
  • The temple was afterwards converted into a church, and in the 16th century a fine mosque was built against its S. face. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • Supported by imperial favour, they began to exercise an undefined authority over the district, which they afterwards converted into a duchy. Cited from Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete, by John Symonds
  • The Powder House was afterwards converted into a receptacle for French prisoners. Cited from Recollections of Old Liverpool, by A Nonagenarian
  • This was afterwards converted into a ropery and succeeded by Parr-street. Cited from Recollections of Old Liverpool, by A Nonagenarian
  • It is afterwards converted into a rich architectural throne, most elaborately adorned, according to the taste and skill of the artist. Cited from Legends of the Madonna as Represented in the Fine Arts, by Mrs. Jameson
  • This is afterwards converted into a cartilaginous primitive skull, such as we find permanently in many of the fishes. Cited from The Evolution of Man, V.1., by Ernst Haeckel
  • This was intended to be the depository of the Emperor's maps and books, but it was afterwards converted into the dining-room. Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V16, by Bourrienne
  • It faced Islington Triangle, afterwards converted into a market-place, being built round with small shops, having a pump in the middle. Cited from Recollections of Old Liverpool, by A Nonagenarian
  • It was soon afterwards converted into a limited liability company, and it is now, under the chairmanship of Mr. Walker, who has been so long connected with it, one of the best conducted and most prosperous concerns in the district. Cited from Personal Recollections of Birmingham and Birmingham Men, by E. Edwards
  • In the summer of 1864 FitzGerald bought a small farmhouse in the outskirts of Woodbridge, which he afterwards converted into Little Grange. Cited from Letters of Edward FitzGerald in Two Volumes, V. 2, by Edward FitzGerald
  • So at the end of his first year he left his employers, and by the help of excellent recommendations from them got the post of assistant in Purcell's shop in Half Street, at a rise of two shillings, afterwards converted into four shillings a week. Cited from The History of David Grieve, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • If the story were true, it would be chiefly important as indicating that the Prince of Orange was one of the many historical characters, originally of an excitable and even timorous physical organization, whom moral courage and a strong will have afterwards converted into dauntless heroes. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1559-60 by Motley
  • These sediments were afterwards converted into the first rocks of the so-called stratified or sedimentary series, as contrasted with the crystalline or plutonic rocks like the original mass of the earth and the kinds forced to the surface by volcanic eruptions. Cited from The Doctrine of Evolution, by Henry Edward Crampton
  • This private conventicle was afterwards converted into a magnificent church; and the credulity of the succeeding age was prepared to believe the miracles and visions, which attested the presence, or at least the protection, of the Mother of God. Cited from Decline/Fall Of The Roman Empire, by Gibbon V3 htm
  • There were in those days no gunny brokers, their services not being required, as the only Jute Mill then in existence was the Borneo Company, which was afterwards converted into the Barnagore Jute Mill Company. Cited from Recollections of Calcutta for over Half a Century, by Montague Massey
  • It was afterwards converted into a church by Pope Boniface IV, and dedicated to the Blessed Virgin and all the Martyrs, under the title of "Our Lady of the Rotunda." Cited from A Catechism of Familiar Things, by Benziger Brothers
  • The mound on which the castle stood was originally of Celtic construction, but was afterwards converted into one of the fortresses which the Normans built in the eastern part of Cornwall as rallying-points in case of any sudden insurrection among the "West Welshmen." Cited from From John O'Groats to Land's End, by Robert Naylor and John Naylor
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