She pronounced it (sc the word 'heart') without the 'h', but that there should be no mistake, laid her her hand upon the place meant Thack, Sam. Titm, Ch. IV, 44. II. I should be glad to fix what has brought us to Bath, in order that we may lie a little consistently. Sher, Riv, II, 1. **I was sent to stay with my aunt Prue in London, in order that I might attend one of the Schools of Art. Watts Dunton, Aylwin, II, Ch. II, 54.
No one supposes for a moment that they gave anything in order that the gift might be talked about A c a d, 1891, 1776. *** It (sc. St Petersburg) was... the wlndow which Peter the Qreat made in order that Russia should look out upon Europe Rev. of Rev, No. 190,3736.
iii. * In brief, this Henry | Stirs up your land against you, to the intent | That you may lose your English heritage. Ten, Queen Mary, V, 1, (638a)
** And in the den there were seven lions, and they had given them every day twocarcases, and two sheep: which then were not given them, to the intent they might devour Daniël. Bib ie, Bel and the Dragon, 32.
Business disposed of, Mr. Swiveller was inwardly reminded of its being nigh dinner-time, and to the intent that his health might not be endangered by long abstinence, dispatched a message to the nearest eating-house, requiring an immediate supply of bolled beef and greens for two. Dick, Old Cur. Shop, Ch. VIII, 296.
iv. * Throw up your chin a little, so that I may cateh the profile of your face better. Rid. Hao, J e s s, Ch. I.
They will not suffer the people to meet so that they may speak
with each other. Walt. Bes, S t. K a t h, Ch. II.
** They upset buckets and benches so that he might break his
shins over them. Thack, Van. Pair, I, Ch. V, 41.
H a search were made, he would like to be at hand, so that
Mrs Meyrick might not be unaided in meeting any such conse-
quences. G- Eliot, Dan. Der, I, III, Ch. XX, 335.
***The physician dexterously caught the blood in his basin, so
that not one drop should be spilled. Walt. Besant, St. Kath,
Colonel Middleton drew his friend on one side, so that the children should not hear the conversation. Miss Montoomery, Thrown Together, I, 53. T.
She was enjoined to buy one picture post-card and put it in the album, so that the customs-officials should not charge duty. Compton Mackenzie, S y 1 v i a Scarlett, I, Ch. I, 30.
v. * I should like Tom to be a bit of a schoiard, so as he might be up to the tricks o'these fellows as talk fine and write with a flourish. G Eliot, M i 11, I, Ch. II, 3.