He then formally declared war against Pedro Lopez, the leader of the slave-drivers, enrolled
a band of runaway slaves in his service, armed them, and conducted a campaign, which ended by his killing with his own hands the notorious half-breed and breaking down the system which he represented.
Francis, my third (nine), one and sixpence halfpenny; Felix, my fourth (seven), eightpence to the Superannuated Widows; Alfred, my youngest (five), has voluntarily enrolled
himself in the Infant Bonds of Joy, and is pledged never, through life, to use tobacco in any form.
In like manner, with respect to boys who are not yet enrolled
, or old men who are past war, we admit that they are in some respects citizens, but not completely so, but with some exceptions, for these are not yet arrived to years of maturity, and those are past service; nor is there any difference between them.
The constitution of our society makes it a giant's castle to the ambitious youth who have not found their names enrolled
in its Golden Book, and whom it has excluded from its coveted honors and privileges.
It was a convoy of conscripts enrolled
from our people and starting to join the army.
The following year, at twenty years of age, Emil Gluck was enrolled
as an instructor of chemistry in the University of California.
Jamie and Pokey were at once enrolled
in the Cosey Corner Light Infantry a truly superb company, composed entirely of officers, all wearing cocked hats, carrying flags, waving swords, or beating drums.
If you throw me, it is thine; but, if I throw you, then you are under a vow to take bow and bill and hie with me to France, there to serve in the White Company as long as we be enrolled
It was this quality of emotion, perhaps the first essential in poetry, which enrolled
among his admirers a clear spirit in most respects the antithesis of his own, that of Matthew Arnold.
The same practice may be followed, I said, in all these things-- labours, lessons, dangers--and he who is most at home in all of them ought to be enrolled
in a select number.
It is no wonder that in an age when this kind of merit is so little in fashion, and so slenderly provided for, persons possessed of it should very eagerly flock to a place where they were sure of being received with great complaisance; indeed, where they might enjoy almost the same advantages of a liberal fortune as if they were entitled to it in their own right; for Mr Allworthy was not one of those generous persons who are ready most bountifully to bestow meat, drink, and lodging on men of wit and learning, for which they expect no other return but entertainment, instruction, flattery, and subserviency; in a word, that such persons should be enrolled
in the number of domestics, without wearing their master's cloathes, or receiving wages.
Let everyone who advocates war be enrolled
in a special regiment of advance-guards, for the front of every storm, of every attack, to lead them all