To compleat such unparalelled Barbarity we were informed
that an Execution in the House would shortly take place.
We inquired if there was anything to be seen below the basement-- and we were at once informed that there were vaults beneath, which we were at perfect liberty to visit.
Lady Montbarry has informed us that she abstained from engaging another maid in consequence of the extreme dislike which his lordship expressed to having strangers in the house, in the state of his health at that time.
Among great numbers whom we consulted on this occasion, we were informed by some that we might go through Melinda.
But the king being informed of their arrival, ordered them to be conveyed to his court at Auxa, to which place they were scarce come before they were thrown by the king's command into a dark and dismal dungeon, where there is hardly any sort of cruelty that was not exercised upon them.
And when he shall have informed him, and Monsieur Laporte is come?
In a few minutes, Laporte was at the lodge; in two words D'Artagnan informed him where Mme.
Now having come to the army, he informed Kutuzov of the Emperor's displeasure at the poor success of our forces and the slowness of their advance.
When alone with the field marshal the Emperor expressed his dissatisfaction at the slowness of the pursuit and at the mistakes made at Krasnoe and the Berezina, and informed him of his intentions for a future campaign abroad.
I pointed to a chair, and begged to be informed
of the nature of his business with me.
They had hunted with success on the prairie, but, while busy drying buffalo meat, were joined by a few panic - stricken Flatheads, who informed
them that a powerful band of Blackfeet was at hand.
Thou wilt be pleased to consider that this fellow, as we have already informed
thee, had neither the birth nor education of a gentleman, nor was a proper person to be enrolled among the number of such.
She acknowledged, therefore, that though she had never been informed
by themselves of the terms on which they stood with each other, of their mutual affection she had no doubt, and of their correspondence she was not astonished to hear.
In writing to my mother-in-law, I informed
her that it had been found necessary to remove Miserrimus Dexter to an asylum--and I left her to draw her own conclusions from that fact, unenlightened by so much as one word of additional information.
I was not present; and I have not yet been informed
of what has been done.