Such were the ideas of the unfortunate prince while sitting listlessly upon his horse, to which he abandoned the reins; he rode slowly along beneath the warm May sun, in which the somber misanthropy of the exile perceived a last insult to his grief.
"Is gone, according to all probability, after the exiles, to carry out all that can facilitate the success of the king's love."
Policy, the bane of artists demanded it, and so, for the sake of a thousand issues and a common front to the common foe, he placed the love of his life upon the altar of his patriotism, and went, a broken-hearted man, into the long exile
. From that moment the Emperor died.
The wars, the guillotine and exile
had reduced it to two, one of which was despotic in her government, so far as theory was concerned at least; possibly, at times, a little so in practice.
Porthos left a pension to Aramis, who, if he should be inclined to ask too much, was checked by the example of D'Artagnan; and that word exile
, thrown out by the testator, without apparent intention, was it not the mildest, most exquisite criticism upon that conduct of Aramis which had brought about the death of Porthos?
By some papers of her father which fell into her hands she heard of the exile
of her lover and learnt the name of the spot where he then resided.
I am a wanderer and an exile
, entirely through the fault of others.
He was not in the crowd of exiles; and what could this aged widow do but sink down and die?
Every tie between these poor exiles and the world seemed to be cut off at once.
Prying busybodies thrust their heads into the circle wherever two or three of the exiles were conversing together.
But let us hype they distributed some of their superfluous coin among these hapless exiles to purchase food and a night's lodging.
notoriously feed much on hopes, and are unlikely to stay in banishment unless they are obliged.
It was a period when the religious exiles
were accustomed often to buckle on their armor, and practise the handling of their weapons of war.
These civil commotions were constantly fomented by the monarchs of Blefuscu; and when they were quelled, the exiles always fled for refuge to that empire.
Now, the Big-endian exiles have found so much credit in the emperor of Blefuscu's court, and so much private assistance and encouragement from their party here at home, that a bloody war has been carried on between the two empires for six-and-thirty moons, with various success; during which time we have lost forty capital ships, and a much a greater number of smaller vessels, together with thirty thousand of our best seamen and soldiers; and the damage received by the enemy is reckoned to be somewhat greater than ours.