I remember that madame," Georges always gave his old mistress this title of honor, "kept many of the beautiful garments of her trousseau untouched, down to the melancholy period of the revolution.
It has been a mine of wealth to me, Georges, in behalf of that dear child.
She made George write to him constantly and persisted in sending Mamma's kind love in a postscript.
The correspondence between George and his guardian had not ceased by any means: William had even written once or twice to her since his departure, but in a manner so unconstrainedly cold that the poor woman felt now in her turn that she had lost her power over him and that, as he had said, he was free.
And the Captain made her advances that filled her with sickening dismay, nor would she ever see him unless she had George by her side.
It was that which George had put into the bouquet and given to Becky on the night of the Duchess of Richmond's ball.
That young scapegrace George had fled too, and as the gentleman in the old cloak lined with red stuff stepped on to the shore, there was scarcely any one present to see what took place, which was briefly this:
Payne, now went to undo the clasp of William's cloak, and--we will, if you please, go with George, and look after breakfast for the Colonel.
James Crawley, who succeeded his father in the living: and a pretty close friendship subsisted between the two lads, George and Rawdon, who hunted and shot together in the vacations, were both entered of the same college at Cambridge, and quarrelled with each other about Lady Jane's daughter, with whom they were both, of course, in love.
She cast down her eyes demurely and smiled as they started away from her; Emmy scurrying off on the arm of George (now grown a dashing young gentleman) and the Colonel seizing up his little Janey, of whom he is fonder than of anything in the world--fonder even than of his History of the Punjaub.
Gladstone, John Bright, and Cobden; there was a moment's discussion about George
Meredith, but Matthew Arnold and Emerson were given up cheerfully.
III, who is famous for his mental illness and was king during the loss of the American colonies and whose son, also George
, became a figure of fun for his drinking, gluttony and womanising.