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The Scots Guards, of course, stunned the courtiers and their guests with an exhibition of their prowess, and Mary was duly impressed with Rob MacDonald's ability to hit his mark from a hundred and fifty yards.
Franklin were zealous friends to it and am myself duly impressed with a sense of the arduousness of government, and the obligation those are under who are able to conduct it, yet I am also satisfied there is an order of geniusses above that obligation, & therefore exempted from it, nobody can conceive that nature ever intended to throw away a Newton upon the occupations of a crown.
Nor did Lucille, coming to join Sharpe and their guest at the table in the courtyard, bother to correct Louisa's misapprehension, for Lucille claimed to take more pleasure in being mistaken for Madame Richard Sharpe than in using her ancient title, though Sharpe, much to Lucille's amusement, now insisted on introducing her to Louisa as the Vicomtesse de Seleglise, an honor which duly impressed the Countess of Mouromorto.
And when the Executives of every state, are annually increasing the recommendation of the subject, to the immediate representatives of the people: I cannot fail to be duly impressed with the importance of the trust, committed to me, by your honorable Speakers -- Nor can I fail felicitating my fellow-citizens,