His principal weight and influence in the republic are derived from this independent title; from his great patrimonial estates; from his family connections with some of the chief potentates of Europe; and, more than all, perhaps, from his being stadtholder in the several provinces, as well as for the union; in which provincial
quality he has the appointment of town magistrates under certain regulations, executes provincial
decrees, presides when he pleases in the provincial
tribunals, and has throughout the power of pardon.
A few days afterwards an English fleet, commanded by Commodore Peter Warren, sailed also for Louisburg to assist the provincial
The Medical Man and the Provincial
Mayor watched him in profile from the right, the Psychologist from the left.
It was, then, into the midst of this tumult and disorder that our young man advanced with a beating heat, ranging his long rapier up his lanky leg, and keeping one hand on the edge of his cap, with that half-smile of the embarrassed a provincial
who wishes to put on a good face.
I have consulted eminent men in the metropolis, and I am painfully aware of the backwardness under which medical treatment labors in our provincial
manners and morals obscured, little by little, the rays of this fallen Sardanapalus; these vestiges of his former luxury now produced the effect of a glass chandelier in a barn.
held by the hand a big boy, who held in his a large, flat cake.
So I left Sorreze, after ten years of almost monastic discipline of the Oratorians; and, fresh from the quiet life of a remote provincial
school, I was taken straight to the capital.
He was so unworldly and so little of a courtier that when the new Emperor Su Tsung returned in triumph to the capital and appointed him Imperial Censor, he fulfilled his new duties by telling his majesty the whole unpalatable truth in a manner strangely free from ornamental apology, and was promptly rewarded with the exile of a provincial
She had found Nikolay Dmitrievitch, had again made it up with him in Moscow, and had moved with him to a provincial
town, where he had received a post in the government service.
This had always been a principle in the Dodson family; it was one form if that sense of honor and rectitude which was a proud tradition in such families,--a tradition which has been the salt of our provincial
All day long to the judgment-seat The crazed Provincials
drew-- All day long at their ruler's feet Howled for the blood of the Jew.