This girl was of mixed Belgian and Spanish origin; her Flemish mother was dead, her Catalonian father was a merchant residing
in the Isles, where Juanna had been born and whence she was sent to Europe to be educated.
The hostile clans, residing
in the more remote sections of the island, and very seldom holding any communication with foreigners, are in every respect unchanged from their earliest known condition.
Grant, having by this time run through the usual resources of ladies residing
in the country without a family of children--having more than filled her favourite sitting-room with pretty furniture, and made a choice collection of plants and poultry--was very much in want of some variety at home.
That man was then a boy of ten and his family are still residing
D'Artagnan took the pen and wrote: -- "Between Messire d'Artagnan, ex-lieutenant of the king's musketeers, at present residing
in the Rue Tiquetonne, Hotel de la Chevrette; and the Sieur Planchet, grocer, residing
in the Rue les Lombards, at the sign of the Pilon d'Or, it has been agreed as follows: -- A company, with a capital of forty thousand livres, and formed for the purpose of carrying out an idea conceived by M.
confide in your Honour's humble servant for adequate remuneration per hoondi per annum three hundred rupees a year to one expensive education St Xavier, Lucknow, and allow small time to forward same per hoondi sent to any part of India as your Honour shall address yourself This servant of your Honour has presently no place to lay crown of his head, but going to Benares by train on account of persecution of old woman talking so much and unanxious residing
Saharunpore in any domestic capacity.
She could do justice to the superiority of Lady Russell's motives in this, over those of her father and Elizabeth; she could honour all the better feelings of her calmness; but the general air of oblivion among them was highly important from whatever it sprung; and in the event of Admiral Croft's really taking Kellynch Hall, she rejoiced anew over the conviction which had always been most grateful to her, of the past being known to those three only among her connexions, by whom no syllable, she believed, would ever be whispered, and in the trust that among his, the brother only with whom he had been residing
, had received any information of their short-lived engagement.
You must know," said he, "that I am an orphan and a bachelor, residing
alone in lodgings in London.
Let him, upon his removes from one place to another, procure recommendation to some person of quality, residing
in the place whither he removeth; that he may use his favor, in those things he desireth to see or know.
Tangle crushed-- "whom I directed to be in attendance to-day and who are now in my private room, I will see them and satisfy myself as to the expediency of making the order for their residing
with their uncle.
Walker was one of those American ladies who, while residing
abroad, make a point, in their own phrase, of studying European society, and she had on this occasion collected several specimens of her diversely born fellow mortals to serve, as it were, as textbooks.
1858, and visited the various tribes residing
on its banks, the most of whom are cannibals.