His favor with Tamahmaah, never declined; and when that sagacious, intrepid, and aspiring chieftain had made himself sovereign over the whole group of islands, and removed his residence to Woahoo, he left his faithful adherent John Young in command of Owyhee.
As soon as he could get his inquisitive partners once more on board, he weighed anchor, and made sail for the island of Woahoo, the royal residence of Tamaahmaah.
Being naturally of a serious turn, my attention was directed to the solid advantages derivable from a residence here, rather than to the effervescent pleasures which are the grand object with too many visitants.
This incident made a considerable impression on my mind, and contributed with other circumstances to indispose me to a permanent residence in the city of Vanity; although, of course, I was not simple enough to give up my original plan of gliding along easily and commodiously by railroad.
Leaping to the running-board, she had attempted to snatch the baby from the arms of the stranger, and here, screaming and fighting, she had clung to her position even after the taxicab had got under way; nor was it until the machine had passed the Greystoke residence
at good speed that Carl, with a heavy blow to her face, had succeeded in knocking her to the pavement.
He called once at the bank to obtain money on his letter of credit, and excused himself from accepting an invitation to visit the banker at his private residence
, on the ground of delicate health.
I had not locked the door--I had never been in the habit of locking the door during my residence
Finding a piece of freehold land to be sold in the neighborhood of Fulham, he bought it, and had a cottage residence
built on it, under his own directions.
I have copies of these letters, for I found means, during my residence
in the hovel, to procure the implements of writing; and the letters were often in the hands of Felix or Agatha.
But before they went there, it was his opinion, confirmed by Count Fosco (who here took up the conversation and continued it to the end), that they would benefit by a short residence
first in the genial climate of Torquay.
Yet there were two or three small airless houses at the entrance end of Mews Street, which went at enormous rents on account of their being abject hangers-on to a fashionable situation; and whenever one of these fearful little coops was to be let (which seldom happened, for they were in great request), the house agent advertised it as a gentlemanly residence
in the most aristocratic part of town, inhabited solely by the elite of the beau monde.
Mr and Mrs Lammle's house in Sackville Street, Piccadilly, was but a temporary residence