And in his sable dress, and holding in his hand his white wand of office, this important personage made way through the miscellaneous assemblage
of guests, thus conducting Richard and Ivanhoe to the entrance of the tower.
It was attended by delegates from only five of the central States, who, on comparing their restricted powers with the glaring and universally acknowledged defects of the Confederation, reported only a recommendation for the assemblage
of another convention of delegates to meet at Philadelphia, in May, 1787, from all the States, and with enlarged powers.
It is a kind of assemblage
of societies that constitute a new one, capable of increasing, by means of new associations, till they arrive to such a degree of power as to be able to provide for the security of the united body.
What struck me as most remarkable about this assemblage
and the hall in which they were congregated was the fact that the creatures were entirely out of proportion to the desks, chairs, and other furnishings; these being of a size adapted to human beings such as I, whereas the great bulks of the Martians could scarcely have squeezed into the chairs, nor was there room beneath the desks for their long legs.
The day on which D'Artagnan presented himself the assemblage
was imposing, particularly for a provincial just arriving from his province.
One day, in the sick chamber of Father Ephraim, who had been forty years the presiding elder over the Shaker settlement at Goshen, there was an assemblage
of several of the chief men of the sect.
A synod was convened; that is to say, an assemblage
of all the ministers in Massachusetts.
Perhaps the men she carried had asked her to do too much, had stretched beyond breaking-point the enduring faithfulness which seems wrought and hammered into that assemblage
of iron ribs and plating, of wood and steel and canvas and wire, which goes to the making of a ship - a complete creation endowed with character, individuality, qualities and defects, by men whose hands launch her upon the water, and that other men shall learn to know with an intimacy surpassing the intimacy of man with man, to love with a love nearly as great as that of man for woman, and often as blind in its infatuated disregard of defects.
name unromantic and unpoetic, yet name that whenever uttered has in my ear a sound, in my heart an echo, such as no other assemblage
of syllables, however sweet or classic, can produce.
These illustrious ladies appeared so lovely on the sign, -- they presented to the astonished eyes such an assemblage
of lilies and roses, the enchanting result of the change of style in Pittrino -- they assumed the poses of sirens so Anacreontically -- that the principal echevin, when admitted to view this capital piece in the salle of Cropole, at once declared that these ladies were too handsome, of too animated a beauty, to figure as a sign in the eyes of passers-by.
As he spoke several of the beasts caught sight of him, and at once the great assemblage
hushed as if by magic.
Such is the assemblage
of armorial bearings on coach panels that the Herald's College might be supposed to have lost its father and mother at a blow.