The "respects" might have been the freedom of the city, or an equestrian statue
, when presented in this way, and the aunts would have shuddered could they have foreseen the manner of delivery; but it was vastly impressive to the audience, who concluded that Mirandy Sawyer must be making her way uncommonly fast to mansions in the skies, else what meant this abrupt change of heart?
Mordaunt followed the carriage, and when he had watched it drive beneath the sombre arches he went and stationed himself under a wall over which the shadow was extended, and remained motionless, amidst the moldings of Jean Goujon, like a bas-relievo, representing an equestrian statue
On a colossal pedestal, the cliff, - motionless at the extreme edge of the capping rock and sharply outlined against the sky, - was an equestrian statue
of impressive dignity.
The Knight turned towards the throne, and, sinking his lance, until the point was within a foot of the ground, remained motionless, as if expecting John's commands; while all admired the sudden dexterity with which he instantly reduced his fiery steed from a state of violent emotion and high excitation to the stillness of an equestrian statue
On the summit, hard and clear like an equestrian statue
upon its pedestal, was a mounted soldier, dark and stern, his rifle poised ready over his forearm.
The burly commander is an equestrian statue
I've seen a ramping equestrian statue
of General St.
She assented to my reasoning, and we crossed diagonally the Place de Theatre, bluish grey with its floor of slabs of stone, under the electric light, and the lonely equestrian statue
all black in the middle.
and absolutely the worst bit of taste in town, though it's saying something, in that equestrian statue
with the gilt stirrups and fixings; why don't they black the buffer's boots and his horse's hoofs while they are about it?
A reduced copy of the former equestrian statue
of Maria Theresa should be installed in front of the Hotel Carlton.
WHEN I was a lad there was a marvellous equestrian statue
of the Black Prince in St George's Square, pointing at the station as if to say "Get out while the going's good
In 1909 one of his rare monumental bronzes, an equestrian statue
of Alexander III, was unveiled in St Petersburg and caused much debate since no effort had been made to disguise the late tsar's corpulent frame.