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Hardly had the Horse Guards passed Rostov before he heard them shout, "Hurrah
The guards kept the red boy and myself separated, so that we had no opportunity to continue the conversation that had been interrupted the previous night.
Take away the prisoner," said the commissary to the two guards.
Because of the safety in the Sea Valley, which was because of the wall and the watchers and the guards, and because there was food in plenty for all without having to fight for it, many families came in from the coast valleys on both sides and from the high back mountains where they had lived more like wild animals than men.
My uncle peeped out of the coach window as they emerged from the yard, and observed that the other mails, with coachmen, guards, horses, and passengers, complete, were driving round and round in circles, at a slow trot of about five miles an hour.
Hereupon he was invited to go down on his knees, and the guards of Loewestein, twelve in number, at a sign from a sergeant, very cleverly lodged a musket-ball each in his body.
I was surprised to note that all the guards with the hotel at which we stopped were red men, and on inquiring of one of them I learned that they were slaves purchased by the proprietors of the hotels from the government.
This one was in the dress of a student, and one of the guards said he was a great talker and a very elegant Latin scholar.
Orders had just been given to the royal guards and the Swiss guards, not only to stand firm, but to send out patrols to the streets of Saint Denis and Saint Martin, where the people thronged and where they were the most vociferous, when the mayor of Paris was announced at the Palais Royal.
I have been told that you are ambitious of uniting your guards with my musketeers.
The Dover mail was in its usual genial position that the guard suspected the passengers, the passengers suspected one another and the guard, they all suspected everybody else, and the coachman was sure of nothing but the horses; as to which cattle he could with a clear conscience have taken his oath on the two Testaments that they were not fit for the journey.
says the burly guard, dropping down from behind, and slapping himself across the chest.
Guard railed at guard and blows were like to end it,
He chatted for a few minutes with the guard, who was, however, in a bad temper at having had to turn out and who found little to say.
Take them away," she commanded the guard, "and at six o'clock run them through the meat chopper and start the soup kettle boiling.