Why, now You speak Like a good child and a true gentleman.
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It was in vain that James I. pulled down the new houses as fast as they were built; and that Charles I. ordered home the country gentlemen.
Mr. Smirke, Dr. Portman's curate, was engaged at a liberal salary to pass several hours daily with the young gentleman.
She has got a little fruit for the old gentleman.
After the luncheon interval, I was pleased to observe that for one cause or another--I repeat, for one cause or another--he was distinctly--shall I say somnolent, gentlemen?
I had heard something of him--much, indeed--from General Washington and Mr. Hamilton, but I was wholly unprepared to find so sincere, so intelligent a young gentleman.
The company was already seated before Lewisham looked across Lagune and met the eyes of the girl next that gentleman.
Richard Swiveller, therefore, hurried out to meet and treat with the single gentleman.
Once more, good night, kind lords and gentlemen.
That human desire of wanting the person who has wronged you to know that you know your injury moved Peter to hurry his steps and to speak to the old gentleman.
Rest assured, however, that you are dealing with a perfect gentleman.
And he was an honest gentleman.
What wouldn't I give for the half-hour they're with the gentleman?
Secret Memoirs Of the late Mr. Duncan Campbel, The Famous Deaf and Dumb Gentleman.
I am a Gentleman.
I am astonished that such outrageous behaviour should be possible in what, up to the present time, I have always been proud to regard as a community of gentlemen.
The latter youth (who used to be called Heigh-ho Dobbin, Gee-ho Dobbin, Figs, and by many other names indicative of puerile contempt) was the quietest, the clumsiest, and, as it seemed, the dullest of all Dr. Swishtail's young gentlemen.
By your leave Gentlemen.
At any rate, there is no doubt about his being a gentleman.
roared the old gentleman.
I was spared the trouble of answering by being dismissed, and went home dissatisfied and uncomfortable, thinking myself coarse and common, and wanting to be a gentleman.
Charles II said to those who had gathered about his deathbed: "You'll pardon any little lapses, gentlemen.
To have those Qualities which only make other Men conspicuous in the World as it were supernumerary to him, is a Circumstance which gives Weight to his most indifferent Actions; for as a known Credit is ready Cash to a Trader, so is acknowledged Merit immediate Distinction, and serves in the Place of Equipage to a Gentleman.
Mamma, I positively didn't know that Lazar Elizarych was such a well-educated gentleman!
Thomas Blount, John's brother, and one of nature's gentlemen.
I have purchas'd as many diseases under her roof as come to- SECOND GENTLEMAN.
Dryden's three sons, says the inscription by Mrs. Creed, were ingenious and accomplished gentlemen.
"I must introduce you to one another, gentlemen.
George Washington, country gentleman.
God rest you merry gentlemen.
'Ladies and gentlemen!
In a small way he had long made a study of Lionel Varick, and it amused him to see Varick in a new role--that of a prosperous country gentleman.
DANVERS (Charles), an embyro barrister of the Middle Temple.--C. Selby, The Unfinished Gentleman.
After his return, being happy in so great a patron as the earl of Argyle, and finished in all the courtly accomplishments, he was caressed by persons of the first fashion, while he yet moved in the sphere of a private gentleman.
You will find me a ready listener, gentlemen.
This treatment has met with the same success in other places, and if any of your readers are troubled with gapes and will try it, I shall be pleased to see the results narrated in the columns of the Country Gentleman.
What is that, Gentlemen?
He knew something of the law of the survival of the fittest, for he himself had survived the long struggle for honors which had put him at last in a position where he felt secure at least from the pinch of poverty, and whatever Oliver Herrick's failings among the larger forces with which he had been brought into contact, Markham knew him to have been an honest man, a good father and a faithful gentleman.
Thus was plundered an old and revered governor of South Carolina -- one who was a kind neighbor, a true patriot, and a Christian gentleman.
In Sir Philip Sidney the character of the knight was merged into that of the modern gentleman.