At length a county-widower, with a daughter of fourteen, opened negotiations with the lady; and as it was a part either of the native dignity or of the artificial policy of Mrs General
(but certainly one or the other) to comport herself as if she were much more sought than seeking, the widower pursued Mrs General
until he prevailed upon her to form his daughter's mind and manners.
Then it will please me to reply, monsieur, that I do not recognize any one here, that I know no one here but the general
, and that it is to him alone I will reply.
He saluted the General
respectfully and glanced across the room towards where Thomson was at work.
When in the middle of the room the general
was invited to remove his bandage, he did so immediately, and was surprised to see so many well-known faces in a society of whose existence he had till then been ignorant.
the change of motion is proportional to the impressed force,' or that 'whatever has extension is divisible,' these propositions are to be understood of motion and extension in general
; and nevertheless it will not follow that they suggest to my thoughts an idea of motion without a body moved, or any determinate direction and velocity, or that I must conceive an abstract general
idea of extension, which is neither line, surface, nor solid, neither great nor small, black, white, nor red, nor of any other determinate colour.
Please have a look at it"- and Kutuzov with an ironical smile about the corners of his mouth read to the Austrian general
the following passage, in German, from the Archduke Ferdinand's letter:
The King looked around for something to throw at General
Blug, but as nothing was handy he began to consider that perhaps the man was right and he had been talking foolishly.
As they were surveying the last, the general
, after slightly naming a few of the distinguished characters by whom they had at times been honoured, turned with a smiling countenance to Catherine, and ventured to hope that henceforward some of their earliest tenants might be "our friends from Fullerton.
I knew that "Monsieur le Comte" would take no notice of me when we met at dinner, as also that the General
would not dream of introducing us, nor of recommending me to the "Comte.
And I give you my word, general
, that though I know nothing whatever of manners and customs of society, and how people live and all that, yet I felt quite sure that this visit of mine would end exactly as it has ended now.
Jinjur, standing before him and frowning as terribly as her pretty face would allow her to.
One of the three, commanded by General
Prideaux, was to embark on Lake Ontario and proceed to Montreal.