What the exact nature of the danger was, Captain gambier could not say.
Georgians received Captain gambier's communication in Monmouth.
The liquor is the old forward handler liquor made up with gambier.
gambier, wounded in thigh and ankle by rifle-shot, was placed in the carriage.
"All right," said Wilfrid, now fairly divided between his jealousy of gambier and anxiety for Emilia.
gambier—Is in general use in England and to some extent in Germany.
gambier is an extract of the leaves and twigs of the eastern shrub Nauclea gambier.
Bennett, in his "Wanderings," says there are 60,000 plantations of gambier on this island.
It contains 60 % of tanning matter and a large proportion of catechin similar to that contained in gambier, but much redder.
Cutch is the dried extract obtained from a species of acacia, the principal varieties being Bombay, Bengal, and gambier cutch.