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The Tankadere bore sail admirably, as she drew a great deal of water, and everything was prepared for high speed in case of a gale.
Here, as he instinctively grasped the reins, as drowning men seize at straws, he admirably served the purpose of an anchor.
In this way the journey, which was performed by short stages, was most agreeable, and Buckingham, almost a Frenchman from wit and education, was delighted at having so admirably selected his traveling companion.
He was an expert at this game, and succeeded admirably on this occasion.
I slept admirably after all; and I awoke to see the overturned toilet-table, and to thrill as I remembered there was one fellow-creature with whom I could fraternize without fear of a rude reopening of my every wound.
He had a beautiful old house in Queen Anne Street, and being a man of taste he had furnished it admirably.
Well, I was thinking a prologue would admirably suit your
Everything had been admirably thought out as is usual in dispositions, and as is always the case, not a single column reached its place at the appointed time.
Edelweiss,' which, though the story was somewhat too catastrophical, seemed to me admirably good and true.
Wendover, all is admirably done, the landscape naturally counting for a good deal in the development of the profoundly meditative, country-loving souls of Mrs.
I brought my eldest son up to the Church; he is said to be getting on admirably, and he costs me three hundred a year.
This latter enterprise, admirably conducted, had been rewarded by the public with steady and liberal encouragement.