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Such and so licentious were the times, as announced by the public declaration of the assembled clergy, recorded by Eadmer; and we need add nothing more to vindicate the probability of the scenes which we have detailed, and are about to detail, upon the more apocryphal authority of the Wardour MS.
The assembled warriors and chieftains examined me closely, feeling my muscles and the texture of my skin.
More than three hundred soldiers of all kinds were assembled at the gate of the camp; and in a separate group might be distinguished M.
A considerable number of clowns were assembled and rendered homage to their lord.
One afternoon in April,1689, Sir Edmund Andros and his favorite councillors, being warm with wine, assembled the red-coats of the Governor's Guard, and made their appearance in the streets of Boston.
In obedience to this summons four hundred and eighteen able-bodied men assembled.
I was glad to perceive a prospect of comfortable quarters in a house which we were approaching, and of pleasant company in the guests who were assembled at the door.
They assembled by hundreds, and even thousands, in the great Theatre of San Carlo, to do--what?
Next day the troops assembled in their appointed places in the evening and advanced during the night.
Kaliko bowed and retired, and in a few minutes returned to say that the army was assembled.
The forces have assembled from all parts of the Land of Oz, at my express command.
Then he drew back and looked around the room, and the sight of the assembled company quite amazed him.
After it is assembled, I shall carry tackle and ropes to the cliff-top, and then it will be comparatively simple to hoist the search-party and its supplies in safety.
They were shown to their rooms and permitted to make such toilets as they could, and soon they assembled again in the grand tin dining-hall, even Toto being present.
He assembled a good many Foxes and publicly advised them to cut off their tails, saying that they would not only look much better without them, but that they would get rid of the weight of the brush, which was a very great inconvenience.
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