Memoirs of the Life and Adventures of Colonel Maceroni, 第 2 巻

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J. Macrone, 1838
 

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484 ページ - Middlesex j and, although so far inland, serves as a landmark for vessels at sea. The access to it, from the London side, is by a road far steeper and more difficult than the one by which we once climbed over the Simplon into Italy.
486 ページ - Fig. 47. steersman, and never lost his presence of mind. It may be conceived what amazement a thing of this kind, flashing through the village of Bushy, occasioned among the inhabitants. The people seemed petrified on seeing a carriage without horses. In the busy and populous town of Watford the sensation was similar — the men gazed in speechless wonder ; the women clapped their hands. We turned round at the end of the street in magnificent style, and ascended Clay Hill at the same rate as the...
29 ページ - there is more joy in heaven over one sinner that repenteth, than over ninety and nine just persons that need no repentance.
485 ページ - Squire was steersman, and never lost his presence of mind. It may be conceived what amazement a thing of this kind, flashing through the village of Bushy, occasioned among the inhabitants. The people seemed petrified on seeing a carriage without horses. In the busy and populous town of Watford the sensation was similar — the men gazed in speechless wonder; the women clapped their hands. We turned round at the end of the street in magnificent...
459 ページ - Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.
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229 ページ - I am of opinion that the allies having declared the govern" ment of Napoleon an usurpation and not legitimate, all au" thority which emanates from it, ought to be considered as " null and of no effect : therefore all that remains for the " chambers and the commission to do, is immediately to give in " their resignation, and to declare that they took upon them" selves the responsibility of government, with the sole view of « insuring the public tranquillity, and the integrity of the
228 ページ - ... concluded. On my urging the adoption of the line of conduct which Fouche recommended towards the Chambers, the Duke of Wellington. proceeded to give me his sentiments in writing, which were as follow : " Je pense, que les allies ayant declare le govern...
484 ページ - ... far inland, serves as a landmark for vessels at sea. The access to it, from the London side, is by a difficult and steep road. Being accosted by Colonel Maceroni, in whom we were glad to recognise an old acquaintance, he informed us that the journey had been performed with ease, adding that it was his intention to proceed to Watford. Now, if the road from Edgware to Bushy Heath was steep and difficult, the descent from Bushy Heath to Watford was much worse. We told our friend that he might go...

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