A Picture of Verdun, Or the English Detained in France; Their Arrestation, Detention at Fontainbleau and Valenciennes, Confinement at Verdun, Incarceration at Bitsche ... Characters of General and Madame Wirion, List of Those who Have Been Permitted to Leave Or who Have Escaped Out of France, Occasional Poetry, and Anecdotes of the Principal Detenus. From the Portfolio of a Detenu ...
T. Hookham, jun. and E.T. Hookham, 1810
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Страница 224 - And having dropped the expected bag, pass on. He whistles as he goes, light-hearted wretch ! Cold and yet cheerful: messenger of grief Perhaps to thousands, and of joy to some; To him indifferent whether grief or joy.
Страница 8 - Any polite attentions shown to me by the Emperor of the French, during his stay at Louisbourg, do not authorise me to interfere in a business which must be settled between the two governments. Though I cannot come forward as I could wish to do on this occasion, I beg you will be convinced of the regard with which I am, Gentlemen, your friend, • " CHARLOTTE, Electress of Wirtemberg.
Страница 8 - You only do justice to my feelingi, in being convinced that 1 take a very sincere part in the misfortunes of my countrymen; and should be very desirous to assist them, did my power equal my good will. But I am sorry...
Страница 58 - ... who had the reputation of wealth ; one of our countrymen, a most respectable gentleman, wrote, in September, to a friend in England — " We fear General Wirion will not be long able to keep his situation : it is the sincere wish of every 41 unprejudiced mind that returning health may enable him to do so. We are mutually known to each other, and I doubt whether Lavater could discriminate into character with more perspicuity than himself. Those who know his worth hope that his interest at court...
Страница 15 - Some of the clergy undertook the religious instruction, and " it was a pleasing sight to behold the little boys, chiefly taken at sea, walking in their neat blue jackets and white trousers every Sunday to church, which did honour to their supporters in the eyes of the French.
Страница 262 - ... seems to us to have proved what has never been proved, at least satisfactorily, in respect of any other claimant or candidate, that, for any sentiment or language which appear in the Letters themselves, or in the circumstances of the individual, Lord Chatham might have teat the author of them.
Страница 48 - said one of them, "now the matter is settled, the fine paid, and no grudge or enmity on either side, you must allow that we did no damage to your corn.