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His guards, taking him by the arms and coat-collar, forced him to rise, and dragged him towards the steps that lead to the gate of the fortress, while the police officer carrying a musket with fixed bayonet followed behind.
Then I crept out to approach the fortress walls in search of a way within.
I inquired the name of the garrison of the fortress of Malabat, and they said it was Mehemet Ali Ben Sancom.
Unless built upon piles, like Notre-Dame, a palace, a fortress, a church, had always a double bottom.
de Baisemeaux, sovereign dispenser of gastronomic delicacies, head cook of the royal fortress, whose trays, full-laden, were ascending the steep staircases, carrying some consolation to the prisoners in the shape of honestly filled bottles of good vintages.
It is not difficult to capture a fortress but it is difficult to win a campaign.
His Highness, who, as it seems, did not possess the means to feed Van Baerle at the Hague, sent him to undergo his perpetual imprisonment at the fortress of Loewestein, very near Dort, but, alas
On a day, so far back that there was no way of estimating its distance, one, Somo, son of Loti, who was the chief of the island fortress of Umbo, had quarrelled with his father and fled from his wrath along with a dozen canoe-loads of young men.
At the far end of the gorge the Rewa leaped eight hundred feet in a single span, while the atmosphere of the rock fortress pulsed to the rhythmic thunder of the fall.
Michel Ardan, with his accustomed ardor, maintained "the evidences" of his fortress.
He himself had good reason for thinking so, as he had obtained the presidentship by rebelling while in charge of this same fortress.
She played the girl, until he could rebuild his fortress and hide his soul from the world.