Such of my readers as have made a pedestrian excursion to the south of France may perchance have noticed, about midway between the town of Beaucaire and the village of Bellegarde, -- a little nearer to the former than to the latter, -- a small roadside inn, from the front of which hung, creaking and flapping in the wind, a sheet of tin covered with a grotesque representation of the Pont du Gard. This modern place of entertainment stood on the left-hand side of the post road, and backed upon the Rhone.
Having arrived before the Pont du Gard, the horse stopped, but whether for his own pleasure or that of his rider would have been difficult to say.
A carriage awaits us outside, a special train with steam up at the Gard
He came grad- ually back to a position from which he could re- gard
I re- garded
it as a sort of admission of my right to the whole.
Mum Connie Yates, 31, broke down in tears and said: "We haven't even read it." Mr Gard
shouted "evil" before the pair stormed out of the High Court.
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Instead, under an amendment added to the bill last week, districts would be required to seek any such taxation through their respective county councils, Gard
"We are about to do the hardest thing we will ever have to do, which is to let our beautiful little Charlie go," Chris Gard
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Yates and Gard
, however, said they have nothing to lose at this point.
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