Griffon had but little hopes of saving Fleur-de-Marie." "That does not astonish me I know La Louve." "You, madame?" said Saint Remy, surprised; "you know La Louve?" "It must surprise you, truly, my lord," said the marchioness, smiling sweetly, for Clemence was happy oh! very happy in thinking of the joyful surprise she would cause the prince.
Griffon had but one defect that of making, if we may express it, a complete oversight of the patient, and only attending to the disease: young or old, male or female, rich or poor, no matter; he thought only of the medical fact, more or less curious or interesting in a scientific point of view, which the subject offered. For him there only existed subjects. "What a charming face!
Handley Spicer soon followed, and it was at her house that, in 1896, the Griffon Bruxellois Club was first suggested and then formed. The Brussels Griffon Club of London was a later offshoot of this club, and, like many children, would appear to be more vigorous than its parent.
Cockburn to Caraccas and had a sight of Bolivar. In the brigantine GRIFFON, which he commanded in his last years in the West Indies, he carried aid to Guadeloupe after the earthquake, and twice earned the thanks of Government: once for an expedition to Nicaragua to extort, under threat of a blockade, proper apologies and a sum of money due to certain British merchants; and once during an insurrection in San Domingo, for the rescue of certain others from a perilous imprisonment and the recovery of a 'chest of money' of which they had been robbed.
Griffon du Bellay, Ex-Clerk of the Navy; Out of employment. Coudin, élève de marine; Midshipman. Courtade, Master Gunner; Dead. Lavillette. In France. Coste, Sailor; In France. Thomas, Pilot; In France. François, Hospital Keeper; In the Indies. Jean Charles, black Soldier; Dead. Corréard, Engineer Geographer; Without employment. Savigny, Surgeon. Resigned.
Griffon would have been touched, perhaps, by these severe words, but not convinced. Man is made the creature of circumstances. The captain thus accustoms himself to consider his soldiers as nothing more than the pawns of the bloody game called battle. And it is because man is thus made, that society ought to protect those whom fate exposes to the action of these "humane necessities."
From five to eight weeks is always a critical period in the puppyhood of a Griffon, and it is necessary to supersede their maternal nourishment with extreme caution. Farinaceous foods do not answer, and usually cause trouble sooner or later.
After which he counted the survivors. These terrible experiments were, truly, a human sacrifice on the altar of science. Dr. Griffon did not seem to think of this. Homeopathy had never a more violent adversary than Dr. Griffon.
Imogen asked, as the tiny griffon darted into the room and ran about, sniffing with interrogative anxiety. "Not fondness, perhaps, but amused liking." "There, now you see he will whine and bark to be let out again. He is as arrogant and as troublesome as a spoilt child." "I'll hold him until she comes," said Jack. "I say, he is a nice little beast full of gratitude; see him lick my hand."
A confused movement announced the arrival of Dr. Griffon, who soon entered the hall, accompanied by his friend the Count de Saint Remy, who, having a deep interest in Madame de Fermont and her daughter, was far from expecting to find the latter unfortunate girl in the hospital. As he came into the ward, the cold and stern features of Dr. Griffon seemed to light up with a glow of satisfaction.