He preferred the decomposed granite soil in the valley facing False Bay, claimed it, and named it Constantia.
"And he would have enjoyed it so," said Constantia, not thinking what she was saying.
Chopin only loved Sand and before that Constantia Gladowska.
The next tomb is that of Constantia, who was the last of the royal line of Normans.
I never doubted your wisdom, Constantia, and those cannot wed well who do not wed wisely.
On the evening of the next day, Ormond entered, with careless abruptness, Constantia's sitting-apartment.
"But she loved him not," observed Constantia, in a sad voice.
The Constantia wine-farmers are rich men, and have elegant and well-furnished houses, surrounded by gardens and their vineyards.
"The crisis of my fate is indeed come," murmured Constantia.
Constantia could not but derive humiliation from comparing her own slender acquirements with those of her companion.