The definition of a CONFEDERATE REPUBLIC seems simply to be "an assemblage
of societies," or an association of two or more states into one state.
Perhaps the men she carried had asked her to do too much, had stretched beyond breaking-point the enduring faithfulness which seems wrought and hammered into that assemblage
of iron ribs and plating, of wood and steel and canvas and wire, which goes to the making of a ship - a complete creation endowed with character, individuality, qualities and defects, by men whose hands launch her upon the water, and that other men shall learn to know with an intimacy surpassing the intimacy of man with man, to love with a love nearly as great as that of man for woman, and often as blind in its infatuated disregard of defects.
name unromantic and unpoetic, yet name that whenever uttered has in my ear a sound, in my heart an echo, such as no other assemblage
of syllables, however sweet or classic, can produce.
These illustrious ladies appeared so lovely on the sign, -- they presented to the astonished eyes such an assemblage
of lilies and roses, the enchanting result of the change of style in Pittrino -- they assumed the poses of sirens so Anacreontically -- that the principal echevin, when admitted to view this capital piece in the salle of Cropole, at once declared that these ladies were too handsome, of too animated a beauty, to figure as a sign in the eyes of passers-by.
As he spoke several of the beasts caught sight of him, and at once the great assemblage
hushed as if by magic.
Such is the assemblage
of armorial bearings on coach panels that the Herald's College might be supposed to have lost its father and mother at a blow.
At noon the Victoria was passing over a petty town, a mere assemblage
of miserable huts, which once was Goa, a great capital.
Now was the Wizard's turn, so he smiled upon the assemblage
He mingled with the blacks and the Arabs in an endeavor to learn the cause of the commotion, in his interest forgetting that he alone of the assemblage
carried a spear, a bow and arrows, and thus might become an object of suspicious attention.
It therefore, in the first place, cheered Van Systens and his nosegay, then the corporation, then followed a cheer for the people; and, at last, and for once with great justice, there was one for the excellent music with which the gentlemen of the town councils generously treated the assemblage
at every halt.
Joan Lackland--just an assemblage
of letters, of commonplace letters, but an assemblage
that generated a subtle and heady magic.
The splendid costumes of those at the three tables made a gorgeous and glittering display that no one present was ever likely to forget; perhaps there has never been in any part of the world at any time another assemblage
of such wonderful people as that which gathered this evening to honor the birthday of the Ruler of Oz.