'Literary History of the English People
' (to 1642, G.
I grew more intimate with Blanche Stroeve, and I think, because I was English and she knew few English people
, she was glad to see me.
"It might be London." She looked at the two rows of English people
who were sitting at the table; at the row of white bottles of water and red bottles of wine that ran between the English people
; at the portraits of the late Queen and the late Poet Laureate that hung behind the English people
, heavily framed; at the notice of the English church (Rev.
We `did' London to our heart's content, thanks to Fred and Frank, and were sorry to go away, for though English people
are slow to take you in, when they once make up their minds to do it they cannot be outdone in hospitality, I think.
At this moment the accuser concluded with these words: "The present accusation is preferred by us in the name of the English people
Not only our statesmen, mind, but our people, our English people
. Our young men shirked their duty, our philosophers and essayists shirked theirs.
I did most of my talking to those English people
though, and I am sorry we can not carry some of them along with us.
'You English people
are perfectly mad on the subject of fresh air!' he exclaimed.
At least there are three Americans and two English people
; and also a German gentleman.
Little by little, he found himself involved in the current of a throng of impetuous English people
, all flowing together toward one given point, and all decorated alike with colors of two prevailing hues--pink and yellow.
This book proves how little hold the French language had upon the English people
, for although our land had been ruled by Frenchmen for a hundred and fifty years, there are very few words in Layamon that are French or that are even made from French.
Every year at this season English people
made parties which steamed a short way up the river, landed, and looked at the native village, bought a certain number of things from the natives, and returned again without damage done to mind or body.