But this military fever was cooled by the enjoyment of our mimic Bellona, who soon unveiled to my eyes her naked deformity.
At half-past six the Bellona was closely engaged with the French 74.
On the 5th of the month the Bellona was discharged from government employ.
The men bent to their oars, and quickly reached the Bellona.
Some hours previously the Bellona had got up her steam, and was cleaving her way rapidly through the smooth water.
In consequence of the expenditure of so much coal, the Bellona had to touch at the Cape.
The words fairly poured from her mouth, and she looked as fierce as Bellona, the goddess of war.
He had recognized his superb Bellona in the lady by the garden window.
The temple of Bellona at Rome, was without the city, near the Carmental gate.
Bellona has served him so well now, she will be his chosen handmaid in the future.
Roman goddess of war, from Latin bellum "war," Old Latin duellum, dvellum, of uncertain origin.