Or, again, the wolves inhabiting a mountainous district, and those frequenting
the lowlands, would naturally be forced to hunt different prey; and from the continued preservation of the individuals best fitted for the two sites, two varieties might slowly be formed.
The Renaissance, penetrating northward, past first from Italy to France, but as early as the middle of the fifteenth century English students were frequenting
the Italian universities.
For my own part, I was never so effectually deterred from frequenting
a man's house, by any kind of Cerberus whatever, as by the parade one made about dining me, which I took to be a very polite and roundabout hint never to trouble him so again.
He resembles the pitiful drivellers whom travellers describe as frequenting
the bazaars of Constantinople, who skulk about all day, yellow, emaciated, ragged, sneaking; and at evening, when the bazaars are open, slink to the opium-shop, swallow their morsel and become tranquil and glorified seers.
The times are such that one scarcely dares to allude to that kind of company which thousands of our young men in Vanity Fair are frequenting
every day, which nightly fills casinos and dancing-rooms, which is known to exist as well as the Ring in Hyde Park or the Congregation at St.
The "victim of remorse" had been buried several weeks before her correspondent began frequenting
Mr Sparkler having been in the Guards, and being in the habit of frequenting
all the races, and all the lounges, and all the parties, and being well known, Society was satisfied with its son-in-law.