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.
Though there was already talk of the erection, in remote metropolitan distances "above the Forties," of a new Opera House which should compete in costliness and splendour with those of the great European capitals, the world of fashion was still content to reassemble every winter in the shabby red and gold boxes of the sociable old Academy
From this time until the date of our incidents, the academy
was a common country school, and the great room of the building was sometimes used as a court-room, on extraordinary trials; sometimes for conferences of the religious and the morally disposed, in the evening; at others for a ball in the afternoon, given under the auspices of Richard; and on Sundays, invariably, as a place of public worship.
When he got into the academy
and made his reputation he tried, as he's no fool, to educate himself.
What I'm thinking on, is how to find the right sort o' school to send Tom to, for I might be ta'en in again, as I've been wi' th' academy
But what has the French Academy
to do with all this?
Debienne and Poligny were retiring from the management of the National Academy
There hung all his great works, rejected by the Royal Academy
, and neglected by the patrons of Art; and there, nevertheless, was he, blithely plying the brush; not rich, it is true, but certainly never without money enough in his pocket for the supply of all his modest wants.
When we reached the Academy
there were scores of students there from all over the Island.
I rose late, at ten o'clock, for my father and I had returned home late on the night previously, having been to dinner at the reception given by the President of the Republic, in honour of the Academy
of Science of Philadelphia.
While the present century was in its teens, and on one sunshiny morning in June, there drove up to the great iron gate of Miss Pinkerton's academy
for young ladies, on Chiswick Mall, a large family coach, with two fat horses in blazing harness, driven by a fat coachman in a three-cornered hat and wig, at the rate of four miles an hour.
My dear Brother-in-Law, - Please let me write again in Spanish, I cannot trust my English, and I am aware, from what your brother used to say, that army officers educated at the Military Academy
of the United States are taught our tongue.
And even in the days of Banks and Solander, Cooke's naturalists, we find a Danish member of the Academy
of Sciences setting down certain Iceland Whales (reydan-siskur, or Wrinkled Bellies) at one hundred and twenty yards; that is, three hundred and sixty feet.
They talked of the political situation and of golf, of their children and the latest play, of the pictures at the Royal Academy
, of the weather and their plans for the holidays.
An honest and natural slum dialect is more tolerable than the attempt of a phonetically untaught person to imitate the vulgar dialect of the golf club; and I am sorry to say that in spite of the efforts of our Academy
of Dramatic Art, there is still too much sham golfing English on our stage, and too little of the noble English of Forbes Robertson.