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Beyond Victoria the public-houses were doing a lively trade with these arrivals.
At the end of the Rue de Rome the violent chilly breath of the mistral enveloped the victoria in a great widening of brilliant sunshine without heat.
This is Clapham Junction, if I am not mistaken, and we shall be in Victoria in less than ten minutes.
Cecil, who was rather crushed on the front seat of the victoria, felt irritable, and determined not to say anything interesting again.
Walker, leaning forward in her victoria, with her hands devoutly clasped.
Unable to endure the place after his wife's death, Senhor Santos had taken ship to Victoria, there to seek fresh fortune with results as indifferent as my own.
shouted the doctor, and at the word the Victoria shot rapidly up into the sky, while the four carronades on board the Resolute thundered forth a parting salute in her honor.
I lived near Victoria Station, and I recall long excursions by bus to the hospitable houses of the literary.
She proposed that he should meet her in the second-class waiting-room at Victoria Station.
For a little while we played with my two medals, and, with the delicacy of a sleeping companion, David abstained on this occasion from asking why one of them was not a Victoria Cross.
who has been specially mentioned for bravery and who very nearly got the Victoria Cross, comes here with the halo of a brilliant escape from the Germans, wounded, a young man of good family and connections, and apparently as keen as mustard to get back again in the fighting line.
Lady Ruth, who drive by quickly in a barouche, almost rose from her seat; the Marchioness, whose victoria they passed, had time to wave her hand and flash a quick, searching glance at Juliet, who returned it with her dark eyes filled with admiration.
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