When in the Convent
, my progress had always exceeded my instructions, my Acquirements had been wonderfull for my age, and I had shortly surpassed my Masters.
Darkness, outstripping some visitors on mules, had risen thus to the rough convent walls, when those travellers were yet climbing the mountain.
The guides called to the mules, the mules pricked up their drooping heads, the travellers' tongues were loosened, and in a sudden burst of slipping, climbing, jingling, clinking, and talking, they arrived at the convent door.
The next day his friend sent intelligence of his death to his relatives, who had already ascertained his misfortune, as well as the convent
where Camilla lay almost on the point of accompanying her husband on that inevitable journey, not on account of the tidings of his death, but because of those she received of her lover's departure.
And springing backward, he broke his sword across his knee to avoid the necessity of surrendering it, threw the pieces over the convent wall, and crossed him arms, whistling a cardinalist air.
Then, assisted by Bicarat, the only one left standing, he bore Jussac, Cahusac, and one of Aramis's adversaries who was only wounded, under the porch of the convent.
But there is one thing I feel no disposition to overlook, and no disposition to forget: and that is, the honest gratitude I and all pilgrims owe, to the Convent
Fathers in Palestine.
There are about two hundred in Paris and three thousand in France; and then, perhaps, on entering the convent he changed his name.
Well, suppose I go back to the cardinal and ask him for a passport into all the convents one can find, even into the nunneries?
They all spent their time in spinning, and that is why the convent
has this name.
He and the other prisoners were taken to the right side of the Virgin's Field, to a large white house with an immense garden not far from the convent
As I shall not have occasion to refer either to her or her sister again, I may as well mention here, that Georgiana made an advantageous match with a wealthy worn-out man of fashion, and that Eliza actually took the veil, and is at this day superior of the convent
where she passed the period of her novitiate, and which she endowed with her fortune.
I had at that time a large sum in gold, and on the eve of the battle, from a presentiment perhaps of the turn which things would take on the morrow, I concealed it in the principal vault of the convent
of Newcastle, in the tower whose summit you now see silvered by the moonbeams.
has a chapel, and some people are admitted on Sunday to the Mass.
That occurrence soon became generally known--her nocturnal visit, the change she underwent, and her entry into a convent