This might make a Templar smile; but in addition to the apology of necessity, there is ever a dignity in talents and experience that is commonly sufficient, in any station, for the protection of its possessor; and Marmaduke, more fortunate
in his native clearness of mind than the judge of King Charles, not only decided right, but was generally able to give a very good reason for it.
And you will see, sire, that it is very fortunate
that they fell into those of his lieutenant of musketeers.
Should they be fortunate
enough to pass through the country of the Sioux without molestation, they would have another tribe still more savage and warlike beyond, and deadly foes of white men.
It belongs to all the books of the great Norwegian Bjorstjerne Bjornson, whose 'Arne,' and whose 'Happy Boy,' and whose 'Fisher Maiden' I read in this same fortunate
How fortunate it is, my dear doctor," said Professor Maxon, "that you were bright enough to think of trailing the miscreant into the jungle.
There is time enough before we reach civilization, if ever we are fortunate enough to do so at all.
You are perhaps more fortunate than I that you can appreciate Mrs.
I am one of those fortunate persons, you see, who have realized an actual reincarnation.
Comrades of the thunder and companions of death, I cannot but regard it as singularly fortunate
that we who by conviction and sympathy are designated by nature as the champions of that fairest of her products, the white metal, should also, by a happy chance, be engaged mostly in the business of mining it.
By a fortunate
coincidence, Lady Janet's ball takes place in a fortnight.
They were to them so many sandbanks upon that sea of ether which, less fortunate
than sailors, they could not escape.
He said, "Ever since he had the pocket-book in his possession, he had used great diligence in enquiring out the lady whose name was writ in it; but never till that day could be so fortunate to discover her.
That was very fortunate, indeed," cries the lady:--"And it was no less so, that you heard Miss Western was at my house; for she is very little known.
My brother, if thou be fortunate
, then wilt thou have one virtue and no more: thus goest thou easier over the bridge.
This letter will reach England by a merchantman now on its homeward voyage from Archangel; more fortunate
than I, who may not see my native land, perhaps, for many years.