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  • I'm leaving a line for my mother and will enclose this and ask her to send it to you. Cited from The Militants, by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
  • I enclose this letter to my father, wishing it to receive his sanction. Cited from Lady Byron Vindicated, by Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • It pleased him to enclose this terrible drama within the four walls of a chamber of tragedy. Cited from Musicians of To-Day, by Romain Rolland
  • I take occasion to enclose this seal, as a little birthday present, for I think you will be twenty-five in May. Cited from At Home And Abroad, by Margaret Fuller Ossoli
  • In the next, I enclose this slip (please return it when you have read it) to show you what I have been doing in the north. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley Vol.1, by Leonard Huxley
  • As it is possible you may have left Canada, I shall enclose this letter to our friend Bruyeres; bid him read it and forward it if you are yet in that country. Cited from Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock, by Ferdinand Brock Tupper
  • Panelled oak screens enclose this room on both sides. Cited from Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Winchester, by Sergeant
  • Well: I must anyhow enclose this Letter, or direct it, to your Mother's or Brother's at Ipswich. Cited from Letters of Edward FitzGerald in Two Volumes, V. 2, by Edward FitzGerald
  • Enclose this in the next letter from Messrs. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol. I, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J. A. Hammerton
  • Write to me every night, giving a full account of the day's doings, with any suggestions or questions that Phil may ask you to make, and enclose this with the report sheet. Cited from TCB On The Plains, by Edgar B.P. Darlington
  • When the eye passed beyond these green surroundings it rested on a wide, blue expanse of sea or lake, which appeared to enclose this enchanting island, within a compass of only a few leagues. Cited from Journey to Interior of Earth, by Verne
  • As the very poorest proof of gratitude for your letter, Robert suggests that I should enclose this photograph of Penini and myself taken at Rome this last spring. Cited from The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Vol. II (of 2), ed. by Kenyon
  • Think what a combination of terrific forces must have been at work here, when the volcanoes were in full activity, and when the mass of ice which then encased our northern world strove to enclose this prison-house of fire within its glacial arms! Cited from John L. Stoddard's Lectures, Vol. 10 (of 10), by John L. Stoddard
  • On one side the south wall of the church, on the other the arcades of the Parliament House, enclose this irregular bight of causeway and describe their shadows on it in the sun. Cited from Edinburgh Picturesque Notes, by Stevenson
  • Adjoining to this I had my enclosures for my cattle, that is to say my goats, and I had taken an inconceivable deal of pains to fence and enclose this ground. Cited from Junior Classics, V5, Edited by William Patten
  • The Coustous is doubly lined with arching trees, and has seats and a wide path along the centre; the carriage-ways enclose this, and shops and cafes line the outer walks. Cited from A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees, by Edwin Asa Dix
  • To the northwest we could see a clay lake, or at least that was what we called it, and a line of low hills seemed to be an extension of the mountain in a direction swinging around to the south to enclose this thirsty, barren plain before us, which was bounded by mountains or hills on these sides. Cited from Death Valley in '49, by William Lewis Manly
  • I have sent copies of this act to Mr. Short and Colonel Humphreys, and I enclose this to you, that you may communicate it to the court of Madrid, as a measure in contemplation with us. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 3 (of 4), ed. by T.J. Randolph
  • I suspect very different politics will enclose this wee bit notie, if dear Mr. Bennoch contrives to fold it up in a letter of his own; but to agree to differ is part of the privileges of friendship; besides, I think you and I generally agree. Cited from Yesterdays with Authors, by James T. Fields
  • Taking it to a jeweler, he sketched a border to enclose this bouquet in an oval frame, and informed the amazed lapidary that every petal and every leaf was to be designed with jewels and mounted on the scales of the tortoise. Cited from Against The Grain, by Joris-Karl Huysmans [Tr.: John Howard]