As on former occasions, the quick-eared comrade had overheard the King's command
and repeated it to the Simpleton.
My oath on it," said Andres, "your worship will be well advised to obey the command
of that good knight- may he live a thousand years- for, as he is a valiant and just judge, by Roque, if you do not pay me, he will come back and do as he said.
6, it was declared to be in the king alone, for that the sole supreme government and command
of the militia within his Majesty's realms and dominions, and of all forces by sea and land, and of all forts and places of strength, EVER WAS AND IS the undoubted right of his Majesty and his royal predecessors, kings and queens of England, and that both or either house of Parliament cannot nor ought to pretend to the same.
Well, as after my death the command
devolves on you as mate, assume the command
, and bear up for the Island of Elba, disembark at Porto-Ferrajo, ask for the grand-marshal, give him this letter -- perhaps they will give you another letter, and charge you with a commission.
D'Artagnan bowed, and thought: "Both at the same hour; both commands
alike; both at the Palais Royal.
Shirley, the Earl of Loudon, and General Abercrombie had each held the chief command
at different times; but not one of them had won a single important triumph for the British arms.
With them in command
was Euryalus, son of king Mecisteus, son of Talaus; but Diomed was chief over them all.
He did not command
that, general; he commanded
us to bring him to the camp; but the count was not willing to follow us.
By means of the Golden Cap I shall command
the Winged Monkeys to carry you to the gates of the Emerald City," said Glinda, "for it would be a shame to deprive the people of so wonderful a ruler.
Raising my voice to its utmost, I shouted my command
to the dwars ahead of me.
Nay, some persons affirm that the education of those who are intended to command
should, from the beginning, be different from other citizens, as the children of kings are generally instructed in riding and warlike exercises; and thus Euripides says:
Among the field guns on the brow of the hill the general in command
of the rearguard stood with a staff officer, scanning the country through his fieldglass.