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prince consort of Queen Victoria of England (1819-1861)

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When they came out Albert Price asked Philip to lunch with him.
Albert Price expanded as the processes of digestion went satisfactorily forwards.
It is of course understood that Albert resided in the aforesaid street, appeared every day on the fashionable walk, and dined frequently at the only restaurant where you can really dine, that is, if you are on good terms with its frequenters.
Now then, Albert," cried Franz, "here is a bandit for you at last.
Whilst Albert proposed this scheme, Signor Pastrini's face assumed an expression impossible to describe.
Do you know, Signor Pastrini," said Albert, lighting a second cigar at the first, "that this practice is very convenient for bandits, and that it seems to be due to an arrangement of their own.
cried Albert, whose courage revolted at the idea of being plundered tamely, "not make any resistance
Albert poured himself out a glass of lacryma Christi, which he sipped at intervals, muttering some unintelligible words.
Peste," returned Albert, "I compliment you on it; I have its fellow" -- he took his watch from his waistcoat pocket -- "and it cost me 3,000 francs.
cried Albert, "you are not a preacher, to remain standing
Of the middle height -- about the same stature as his excellency," returned the host, pointing to Albert.
Thanks for the comparison," said Albert, with a bow.
Well, my dear Albert," said Franz, turning towards his friend; "what think you of citizen Luigi Vampa?
I say he is a myth," replied Albert, "and never had an existence.
Well, Albert," inquired Franz of his companion, "are you still disposed to go to the Colosseum by the outer wall?