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|At Truxillo, the citizens came out in a body to welcome him, and the clergy |
chanted anthems in his honor, extolling him as ... 1 91 Character of Bl seo Nunez
Difficulty of hisPosiuou Moderation of Gonzalo I izarro His Triumphant Progress
|The names, given by Johnson himself, show how the dull Hanoverian kings and |
their offspring were held in honor by the Irish diplomat who was looking for favors
at court. The two armies met on ... That Johnson had great difficulty in keeping ...
|Honour has come back, as a king, to earth, And paid his subjects with a royal |
wage; And Nobleness walks in our ways again; And wehave come into our
heritage. ... To make such choices is to live a life of difficulty; even, sometimes, of
|September, he was in thorough command of the situation and cognizant of the |
difficulties he faced. Adequately ... The new post would be named in Winchester's
honor.87 All this was in preparation for the attack on Fort Malden and Detroit.
|In what precise way the Haies succeeded to Eudo cum capello is one of the |
principal difficulties. As to the remains of their castle, see M. de Gerville, ... et ad
servit. suum 6 mil. et dim. in Constant." The honor of Haye is afterwards
mentioned as ...
|We have gained the place with difficulty and bloodshed ; it would be a stain upon |
our honor to abandon it through fear of imaginary dangers." The Adelantado and
Don Diego de Merlo joined in his opinion ; but without their earnest and united ...
|... andtheseveral officers, particularlynoticed in theGeneralOrders oftheirgallant |
Commander, have had the honor to ... the conquest ofJava;and contemplating
the formidable difficulties opposed to them by thestrengthof theenemy'sworks, ...
|Who can solve this difficulty ? " (Six Months in Mexico, ubi supra.) The reader |
who takes Ixtlilxochitl for his guide will have no great trouble in solving it. ... 43.
who, to do his sovereign more honor, caused him to 188 AZTEC CIVILIZATION.
|... to be present, shall remain a secret till matters be finally concluded — as he |
wishes that whatever the result of their may be (it may redound) to the honor and
credit of each party — If Col. Clark makes a difficulty of coming into the fort Lt. Gov
|... and the Effectual Relief of Fort Pitt, as in Case of Another Engagement I Fear |
Insurmountable Difficulties in protecting and Transporting our Provisions, being
already so much Weakened ... I Have the Honor to be, with great Respect, Sir,