After the removal of the cloth, and the singing of Non Nobis (beautifully executed, and in which we were at no loss to distinguish the bell-like notes of that gifted amateur, WILKINS MICAWBER, ESQUIRE, JUNIOR), the usual loyal
and patriotic toasts were severally given and rapturously received.
said the Squire, who regarded physic and doctors as many loyal
churchmen regard the church and the clergy-- tasting a joke against them when he was in health, but impatiently eager for their aid when anything was the matter with him.
By thee adulterous lust was driv'n from men Among the bestial herds to raunge, by thee Founded in Reason, Loyal
, Just, and Pure, Relations dear, and all the Charities Of Father, Son, and Brother first were known.
Upon this occasion the Irish chieftains contended which should first offer to the young Prince their loyal
homage and the kiss of peace.
I do not ask you to be loyal
, Erskine; but I expect you, in common humanity, to sympathize with the chief figure in the pageant, who is no more accountable for the manifold evils and abominations that exist in his realm than the Lord Mayor is accountable for the thefts of the pickpockets who follow his show on the ninth of November.
I absolutely insist upon the good and loyal
services of Mme.
We, whose names are underwritten, the Loyal
Subjects of our dread Sovereigne Lord, King James, by the Grace of God, of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c.
In short, Sancho, I would have thee tell me all that has come to thine ears on this subject; and thou art to tell me, without adding anything to the good or taking away anything from the bad; for it is the duty of loyal
vassals to tell the truth to their lords just as it is and in its proper shape, not allowing flattery to add to it or any idle deference to lessen it.
minister to the feudal Prince of Ch`u, towards the close of the Chou dynasty.
Therefore a prince, so long as he keeps his subjects united and loyal
, ought not to mind the reproach of cruelty; because with a few examples he will be more merciful than those who, through too much mercy, allow disorders to arise, from which follow murders or robberies; for these are wont to injure the whole people, whilst those executions which originate with a prince offend the individual only.
Who dismissed Madame de Hautefort, that friend so loyal
that she refused the favor of the king that she might remain in mine?
The moment before, New England appeared like a humble and loyal
subject of the crown; the next instant, she showed the grim, dark features of an old king-resisting Puritan.