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This news must have been heard by every statesman of Egypt and the East with alarm; the 'Romans were now their equals, and were soon to be their masters. But to return to Egypt. It was, as we have seen, a country governed by men of a foreign race. Neither the poor who tilled the land, nor the rich who owned the estates, had any share in the government.
A. S. (Angelo Solomon) Rappoport - History of Egypt From 330 B.C. To the Present Time, Volume 10 (of 12)
I echoed, and glanced at the dead man and at the quivering girl. "I've got to run over to my place to get a few things and do some telephoning," he explained. "We must get a doctor up here at once; and then there's the police I'll try to get Simmonds. Will you stay?" "Yes," I said, "of course. But please get back as soon as you can."
"Then we are all accounted for," said Mark, holding his hand to his burning face, "But where are the Yankees, sir?" "Oh, they performed their old manoeuvre," said the lieutenant, bitterly; "as soon as we set off from the Nautilus to board, they took to the boat they had ready trailing alongside, and made for the shore, where I hope the niggers'll catch 'em and turn 'em into slaves.
I am so happy, Rose I feel as if God has given me everything I ever wanted all at once. "Your own devoted And then there was a funny little postscript, which made her smile through her tears: "You will think this letter all my 'I. But that doesn't really matter now, as you and I are one!" Rose soon learnt her first love-letter by heart.
My daughter, having decided opinions of her own, was soon at loggerheads with Miss Cobbe on the question of vivisection.
At the inn that evening he saw Mrs. Knollys with swollen eyes; and remembering the scene of the afternoon, he made inquiries about her of the innkeeper. The latter had heard the guide's account of the meeting; and as soon as Zimmermann had made plain what he had told her of the falling body, "Triple blockhead!" said he. "Es war ihr Mann."
"It could not have been long ago since some one was on board." Our eyes soon began to get accustomed to the sombre light of the cabin, which was darkened by the mainsail hanging over it. I happened to stoop down, and my eyes glanced under the table, where we had not before looked. "Hillo," I exclaimed, "why here are a man's legs." "There seems to be two brace of them," said Hanks, laughing.
Next morning, soon after breakfast, Raby addressed his guests as follows: "I was obliged to go into Hillsborough yesterday, and postpone the purification of that sacred building. But I set a watch on it; and this day I devote to a pious purpose; I'm going to un-Little the church of my forefathers; and you can come with me, if you choose."
This house developing its power so unexpectedly, and almost always certain to have the national forces under the command of a Patron Prince at their back, were soon involved in quarrels about boundaries, both with Leinster and Munster. King Donogh, at the outset of his reign, led his forces into both principalities, and without battle received their hostages.
Thomas D'Arcy McGee - A Popular History of Ireland : from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics — Volume 1
"Aye," said the priest, "you have suffered for your fault; and now wouldn't you like to receive the last rites, in case anything might happen before I come again?" It was not too soon, for when daylight dawned the proud, restless spirit had taken flight.