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He was mounted on a gallant black horse, and as he passed through the lists he gracefully saluted the Prince and the ladies by lowering his lance.
Fairholme saluted very solemnly, for Agatha bowed to him with marked seriousness.
At last, however, we got alongside, and were met and saluted as we stepped aboard by the mate, Mr.
Then the advance stopped dead, the ground stood still, the whole line saluted, and thirty bands began to play all together.
The porter, more than ever alarmed at the sight of so much magnificence, tremblingly saluted the noble company.
The Prince went up to her and saluted her politely, and she received him very graciously.
He saluted us courteously, and in a few well-spoken words he told us not to wonder at seeing him going about in this guise, as it was binding upon him in order that he might work out a penance which for his many sins had been imposed upon him.
As he had now arrived at the door of his own house, which adjoined the Palais de Justice, he entered, after having, coldly saluted the shipowner, who stood, as if petrified, on the spot where Villefort had left him.
Yes, I am going; may you be happy, monsieur," and Grimaud saluted and turned toward the door to go out.
And hereupon he saluted Malicorne with great ceremony, whose handsome dress gave him the appearance of a prince.
The Tonquin shortly afterwards made her way through the intricate channel, an came to anchor in the little bay, and was saluted from the encampment with three volleys of musketry and three cheers.
Latitude and longitude, noon every day; and how many miles we made last twenty-four hours; and all the domino games I beat and horse billiards; and whales and sharks and porpoises; and the text of the sermon Sundays (because that'll tell at home, you know); and the ships we saluted and what nation they were; and which way the wind was, and whether there was a heavy sea, and what sail we carried, though we don't ever carry any, principally, going against a head wind always--wonder what is the reason of that?