In this state of affairs it occurred to Mrs General, that she might
Testimonials representing Mrs General as a prodigy of piety, learning, virtue, and gentility, were lavishly contributed from influential quarters; and one venerable archdeacon even shed tears in recording his testimony to her perfections
Gentlemen," said Athos, "you do not know who I am; but I must tell you I acknowledge no one here but General Monk as my equal.
And I, gentlemen, declare to you that I will not reply until I am in the presence of the general.
Even our great secret, General," Thomson continued, dropping his voice a little, "even that might come to his ears.
I gave him a digest of its contents," the General replied.
A note was in consequence addressed to General
de Quesnel, begging him to be present at the meeting next day, the 5th.
And it is equally impossible for me to form the abstract idea of motion distinct from the body moving, and which is neither swift nor slow, curvilinear nor rectilinear; and the like may be said of all other abstract general
The Austrian general
looked dissatisfied, but had no option but to reply in the same tone.
Blug was a trifle uneasy when he arrived and saw how angry the Nome King was.
From the dining-room, of which, though already seen, and always to be seen at five o'clock, the general
could not forgo the pleasure of pacing out the length, for the more certain information of Miss Morland, as to what she neither doubted nor cared for, they proceeded by quick communication to the kitchen -- the ancient kitchen of the convent, rich in the massy walls and smoke of former days, and in the stoves and hot closets of the present.
But you will soon be in receipt of some," retorted the General
, reddening a little as he dived into his writing desk and applied himself to a memorandum book.
I have not much time for making acquaintances, as a rule," said the general
, "but as, of course, you have your object in coming, I--"
They were divided into four companies, and Tip noticed that all were dressed in costumes similar to that worn by General
But the greatest misfortune that befell the English during the whole war was the repulse of General
Abercrombie, with his army, from the ramparts of Ticonderoga in 1758.