His lordship added, "That he would not, by any further particulars, prevent the pleasure I should certainly take in viewing the grand academy
, whither he was resolved I should go.
Debienne and Poligny were retiring from the management of the National Academy
I promised you a letter for the director of the Academy
The young lady courtesied at the close of her speech, which was so sensible and well worded, and delivered with such grace and propriety, that everybody thought her fit to be preceptress of the best academy
in the State.
There is not a single real poet or prose-writer of this century, for instance, on whom the British public have not solemnly conferred diplomas of immorality, and these diplomas practically take the place, with us, of what in France, is the formal recognition of an Academy
of Letters, and fortunately make the establishment of such an institution quite unnecessary in England.
Thus the academy
, and court-house, and jail, and inn, and most similar things, are tolerably exact.
You can come and sit down if you like, and talk about anything in the world, except the Royal Academy
As it was, I could have paired off, for ignorance of whatever was taught me, with the worst Latin scholar that was ever turned out of a classical academy
Bon-Bon had ransacked libraries which no other man had ransacked - had more than any other would have entertained a notion of reading- had understood more than any other would have conceived the possibility of understanding; and although, while he flourished, there were not wanting some authors at Rouen to assert "that his dicta evinced neither the purity of the Academy
, nor the depth of the Lyceum" - although, mark me, his doctrines were by no means very generally comprehended, still it did not follow that they were difficult of comprehension.
Allan, secured admission to the United States Military Academy
at West Point.
Foreign Member of'--well, quite a lot of things, about two inches of small type--`Societe Belge, American Academy
of Sciences, La Plata, etc.
He was the one intelligent man on twenty unintelligent committees--on every sort of subject, from the reform of the Royal Academy
to the project of bimetallism for Greater Britain.
On a January evening of the early seventies, Christine Nilsson was singing in Faust at the Academy
of Music in New York.
As I trusted that I might have sufficient influence with Miss Jellyby to prevent her taking any very rash step if I fully accepted the confidence she was so willing to place in me, poor girl, I proposed that she and I and Peepy should go to the academy
and afterwards meet my guardian and Ada at Miss Flite's, whose name I now learnt for the first time.
Students of the Academy
had been actually called on to give new constitutions to Greek states.