He was born at Bruxelles, 1735, and devoted his early years to science and learning.
His studies of fortifications at Bruxelles were over by this time.
My young lord did not come home at the end of the campaign, and wrote that he was kept at Bruxelles on military duty.
I could see nothing but the pattern of the Bruxelles lace, as she drew back.
It was the day your sister Elne was married, and he had been down to the railway-station to see them off to Bruxelles.
Sunday evening brought the party to Brussels, or Bruxelles, in the original.
Hence the terms point de Bruxelles, point de Malines, point de Valenciennes, &c.
A great judge, like yourself a real artist, once told me at Bruxelles, that the grand opera could not produce its equal.'
Perhaps she is not worse than Belgium, Buckingham or Bruxelles!
At daybreak she was consigned to the conveyance that performed the short journey from Malines to Bruxelles.