youth steer clear of the gymnasium; its rules are too severe.
On the date I have just mentioned -- I mean the fifteenth of the month -- my master himself informed me that he had been dreadfully disappointed by a letter received from you, which had come in the morning from foreign
parts, and had brought him bad news.
But we noted down what other foreign
steamers would leave London with the same tide, and we satisfied ourselves that we knew the build and colour of each.
The citizens of the States interested would clamour; foreign
powers would urge for the satisfaction of their just demands, and the peace of the States would be hazarded to the double contingency of external invasion and internal contention.
At present I mean only to consider it as it respects security for the preservation of peace and tranquillity, as well as against dangers from FOREIGN
ARMS AND INFLUENCE, as from dangers of the LIKE KIND arising from domestic causes.
America united, with a handful of troops, or without a single soldier, exhibits a more forbidding posture to foreign
ambition than America disunited, with a hundred thousand veterans ready for combat.
Now," thought I, "I shall see a glimpse of what she really is; I shall get an idea of the nature and extent of her powers; not that she can be expected to express herself well in a foreign
tongue, but still, if she has any mind, here will be a reflection of it.
Under-Secretary for Foreign
Affairs VICOMTE DE NANJAC, Attache at the French Embassy in London MR.
To regulate Commerce with foreign
Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes;
He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign
to our constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his Assent to their Acts of pretended legislation:
Manson Mingott had died when she was only twenty-eight, and had "tied up" the money with an additional caution born of the general distrust of the Spicers; but his bold young widow went her way fearlessly, mingled freely in foreign
society, married her daughters in heaven knew what corrupt and fashionable circles, hobnobbed with Dukes and Ambassadors, associated familiarly with Papists, entertained Opera singers, and was the intimate friend of Mme.
And you see, a foreign
female of that genteel appearance coming into the shop, and hovering--I should be the last to make use of a strong expression if I could avoid it, but hovering, sir--in the court-- you know it is--now ain't it?