There Herman remained until 1835, when he attended the Albany
Classical School for some months.
The Limited whirled the "Constance" into Buffalo and the arms of the New York Central and Hudson River (illustrious magnates with white whiskers and gold charms on their watch-chains boarded her here to talk a little business to Cheyne), who slid her gracefully into Albany
, where the Boston and Albany
completed the run from tide-water to tide-water - total time, eighty-seven hours and thirty-five minutes, or three days, fifteen hours and one half.
Against Yorkshire, however, he helped himself to a hundred runs as well; and that brought Raffles round to me, on his way home to the Albany.
We had reached the Albany, and halted with one accord at the Piccadilly portico, red cigar to red cigar.
Well, Bunny, if they don't want you there, there's a little Inferno in the Albany where you will be as welcome as ever
And amidst scenes of indescribable emotion the Albany
legislature in permanent session, and with a generous suspension of rules and precedents, passed through both Houses the long-disputed Bill for universal military service in New York State.
All the papers, pamphlets, reports-- all the journals published by the scientific, literary, and religious societies enlarged upon its advantages; and the Society of Natural History of Boston, the Society of Science and Art of Albany
, the Geographical and Statistical Society of New York, the Philosophical Society of Philadelphia, and the Smithsonian of Washington sent innumerable letters of congratulation to the Gun Club, together with offers of immediate assistance and money.
It was half-past twelve when I returned to the Albany as a last desperate resort.
The forlorn hope which had brought me to the Albany was turned as by magic into an almost staggering sense of safety.
Once he threw up the window, which he had shut some time since, and stood for some moments leaning out into the fog which filled the Albany courtyard.
The room was the good-sized, square one, with the folding doors, the marble mantel-piece, and the gloomy, old-fashioned distinction peculiar to the Albany.
But here we are at the Albany, and I hope there's some fire left; for I don't know how you feel, Bunny, but for my part I'm as cold as Keats's owl.
He lived in chambers in the Albany, did Fledgeby, and maintained a spruce appearance.
Mr Alfred Lammle came round to the Albany to breakfast with Fledgeby.
Second period: 5, Worcester, Hayes 9 (Higgs, Doherty) 6:14; 6, Albany
, Zajac 10 (Tedenby, Urbom) 14:39, pp.