Since daybreak La Ramee had been occupied with the preparations, and trusting no one but himself, he had visited personally the successor
of Pere Marteau.
Behind him, as he walked through the city gates, an antelope skin and brass-handled crutch under his arm, and a begging-bowl of polished brown coco-de-mer in his hand, barefoot, alone, with eyes cast on the ground--behind him they were firing salutes from the bastions in honour of his happy successor
But crude and unmeaning as this philosophy is, it exercised a great influence on his successors
, not unlike that which Locke exercised upon Berkeley and Berkeley upon Hume himself.
Wyatt's work was continued by his poetical disciple and successor
, Henry Howard, who, as son of the Duke of Norfolk, held the courtesy title of Earl of Surrey.
The reader, who has perused the two former works, of which this is the natural successor
, will recognise an old acquaintance in the principal character of the story.
In the Preface to its next successor
, Little Dorrit, I have still to repeat the same words.
They bequeathed the whole mystery to their successors
and heaved a sigh of relief when they were rid of a business that had puzzled them without amusing them in the least.
Under the successors
of these princes, however, a different policy prevailed.
They formed the design of a great Confederacy, which it is incumbent on their successors
to improve and perpetuate.
We may compare the opinion that the older actors entertained of their successors
Peter, on the contrary, of whom the Popes are the successors
," continued the Jesuit; "PORRIGE DIGITOS-present the fingers.
Considering the difficulties which men have had to hold to a newly acquired state, some might wonder how, seeing that Alexander the Great became the master of Asia in a few years, and died whilst it was scarcely settled (whence it might appear reasonable that the whole empire would have rebelled), nevertheless his successors
maintained themselves, and had to meet no other difficulty than that which arose among themselves from their own ambitions.
It would not be amiss, Laurence," said Grandfather; "but perhaps clay, or some other perishable material, might suffice for some of their successors
As the supreme perfection and universality of the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey" cast into oblivion whatever pre-Homeric poets had essayed, so these same qualities exercised a paralysing influence over the successors
Little circumstances, which were perhaps accidental in a great author, were by these critics considered to constitute his chief merit, and transmitted as essentials to be observed by all his successors