He always hunts up a conspicuous place, and goes frowning around with his arms folded and his field-glass under his arm, looking as grand, gloomy and peculiar as his reputation calls for, and very much bothered because he don't stand as high, here, for a soldier, as he expected to.
Close by us was the Grand Stand - tier on tier of dim thrones rising up toward the zenith.
Because they are more wealthy,'' answered the Grand Master.
account for its being so frequently put in the Grand Master's
It will be FAUST on Saturday: let us both see the performance from Box Five on the grand
It was no easy matter on that day, to force one's way into that grand hall, although it was then reputed to be the largest covered enclosure in the world (it is true that Sauval had not yet measured the grand hall of the Château of Montargis).
With the reader's consent, we will endeavor to retrace in thought, the impression which he would have experienced in company with us on crossing the threshold of that grand hall, in the midst of that tumultuous crowd in surcoats, short, sleeveless jackets, and doublets.
Master proposed that the last duty should be performed, and the distinguished dignitary who bore the title of "Collector of Alms" went round to all the brothers.
Guph was considerably shaken when he fell upon the hard ground, but he appeared to take no notice of the impertinence and composed himself to speak again to the Grand Gallipoot.
Here the General paused, and the Grand Gallipoot scowled upon him more terribly than ever and said:
however gigantic the fortunes of the Grand
Monarch loomed in the future, was William, Prince of Orange, son of William II.
They reached the grand
tin entrance to the tin castle, and the Tin Woodman himself came running out of the door to embrace little Dorothy and give her a glad welcome.
The last ingredient played a very prominent part in the salad; stale eggs and roasted cocks'-combs furnished the grand
dish of the repast; the wine even was not without a disgusting taste--it was like a medicinal draught.
We are glad to get her out of that low sphere in which she has been creeping hitherto and introduce her into a polite circle--not so grand
and refined as that in which our other female friend, Mrs.
Up comes the Grand
Duchess with some ambassador or other, and, as ill-luck would have it, she begins talking to him about the new helmets.