In that case," said D'Artagnan, "I begin to believe that Monsieur de la Fere will receive the visit of his eminence; he will, of course, have an escort.
Let the cardinal take care of going alone to visit the Comte de la Fere," said D'Artagnan; "for the count must be furious.
In the course of the next day the first of the usual betrothal visits
The excursionists will have an opportunity to look over this, the "magnificent city of palaces," and visit the birthplace of Columbus, twelve miles off, over a beautiful road built by Napoleon I.
From Genoa the run to Leghorn will be made along the coast in one night, and time appropriated to this point in which to visit Florence, its palaces and galleries; Pisa, its cathedral and "Leaning Tower," and Lucca and its baths, and Roman amphitheater; Florence, the most remote, being distant by rail about sixty miles.
But it so happened that the prince called at Hippolyte's house later on, and heard from his mother that she had been in town all day, and had there received a visit
from Rogojin, who had made inquiries about Pavlofsk.
In November, 1897, I made the first move in this direction, and that was in securing a visit
from a member of President McKinley's Cabinet, the Hon.
Only now, on his visit
to Bald Hills, did Pierre fully realize the strength and charm of his friendship with Prince Andrew.
The question seemed a very dubious one to Will, and his repugnance to again entering into any relation with the banker might have made him dismiss it quickly, if there had not arisen in his imagination the probability that his judgment might be more safely determined by a visit
The day fixed for the visit
is Monday, the fifth of next month.
said the Neighbour, "you do sometimes visit
Macallan's chambers in London, and had been found hidden in his bedroom by some bachelor friends who came to visit
One Saturday in March we walked over to Baywater, for a long- talked-of visit
to Cousin Mattie Dilke.
This boisterous behaviour, as it meant no harm, so happily it effected none, and was abundantly compensated to Jones, as soon as he was able to sit up, by the company of Sophia, whom the squire then brought to visit
him; nor was it, indeed, long before Jones was able to attend her to the harpsichord, where she would kindly condescend, for hours together, to charm him with the most delicious music, unless when the squire thought proper to interrupt her, by insisting on Old Sir Simon, or some other of his favourite pieces.
His design was to visit
India, in the belief that he had in his knowledge of its various languages, and in the views he had taken of its society, the means of materially assisting the progress of European colonization and trade.