It was uphill work for a foreigner, lame or sound, to make his way with the Bleeding Hearts.
Against these obstacles, the lame foreigner with the stick had to make head as well as he could; not absolutely single-handed, because Mr Arthur Clennam had recommended him to the Plornishes (he lived at the top of the same house), but still at heavy odds.
This, therefore, might be called a political position of the Bleeding Hearts; but they entertained other objections to having foreigners in the Yard.
In such cases, where foreigners
were concerned on either side, it would be impossible for the federal judicatories to do justice without an equitable as well as a legal jurisdiction.
"I am not acquainted myself with the names of foreigners
in general, but I have no doubt it WOULD be that." Mr.
Not at theatres only; but among other gatherings, in other places, the foreigner had noticed the same stolid languor where any effort was exacted from genteel English brains, and the same stupid contempt where any appeal was made to genteel English hearts.
The foreigner looked at it, and tried, as a citizen of a civilized country, to understand it.
The foreigner was deeply impressed by the silent expectation of the great throng about him.
Archer noticed that his wife's way of showing herself at her ease with foreigners
was to become more uncompromisingly local in her references, so that, though her loveliness was an encouragement to admiration, her conversation was a chill to repartee.
"I find that she has been brought here from London by the wife of that fat old foreigner, who is always trying to interfere with me.
I have always cultivated a feeling of humane indulgence for foreigners. They do not possess our blessings and advantages, and they are, for the most part, brought up in the blind errors of Popery.
Besides these Russians and foreigners
who propounded new and unexpected ideas every day- especially the foreigners
, who did so with a boldness characteristic of people employed in a country not their own- there were many secondary personages accompanying the army because their principals were there.
Commiserating their position, as foreigners
in a strange land, and knowing no reason for detaining them, the commander signalled for a shore boat, and the three men left the vessel.
Most of the land was owned by Americans, who lived away from it and were continually selling it to the foreigners.
"An' they ain't one of them damn foreigners that can handle four horses like me.