A CONVENTION of female writers, which for two days had been stuffing Woman's couch with goose-quills and hailing the down of a new era
, adjourned with unabated enthusiasm, shouting, "Place aux dames
The new era
began; the king was tried, doomed, and beheaded; the Republic of Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, or Death, declared for victory or death against the world in arms; the black flag waved night and day from the great towers of Notre Dame; three hundred thousand men, summoned to rise against the tyrants of the earth, rose from all the varying soils of France, as if the dragon's teeth had been sown broadcast, and had yielded fruit equally on hill and plain, on rock, in gravel, and alluvial mud, under the bright sky of the South and under the clouds of the North, in fell and forest, in the vineyards and the olive-grounds and among the cropped grass and the stubble of the corn, along the fruitful banks of the broad rivers, and in the sand of the sea-shore.
Within a month you must be Prime Minister, and we will show the world the way to a new era
This was a new era
, and Daylight, the wealthy mine-owner, was loyal to his class affiliations.
She turned away and hurried home, feeling that in the hour since she had trodden this road before, a new era
had begun for her.
By 1896, when the Common Battery system created a new era
, the telephone engineer had pretty well mastered his simpler troubles.
There was nothing in the answer itself, or the manner of its delivery, to attract notice in an unsuspecting listener; but by Julia it was well understood--it was the first time he had ever spoken directly to herself--it was a new era
in their lives--and his body turned half round toward her as he spoke, showed his manly form to great advantage; but the impressive and dignified manner in which he dropped his whip towards the mile-stone, Julia felt that she never could forget--it was intended to mark the spot where he had first addressed her.
How many a man has dated a new era
in his life from the reading of a book
Here, you feel all the time just as if you were living about the year 1200 before Christ--or back to the patriarchs--or forward to the New Era
Not only this, but the opportunity here afforded will awaken among us a new era
of industrial progress.
But these limits were narrow, and in 1576 James Burbage inaugurated a new era
by erecting 'The Theater' just to the north of the 'city,' only a few minutes' walk from the center of population.
We anticipate a new era
from the invention of a locomotive, or a balloon; the new engine brings with it the old checks.