The hotel had been taken by assault, and was occupied in great force by a troop of dragoons, on their march into glo'stershire.
I expect he went up to London by the night mail; he would have caught that at glo'ster.
Let us sing to the praise and glo—Please, sir, Mas' Cinderby's mill is blowed down!
In the foregoing part he sent a letter to glo'ster; but no hint is given of its contents.
It is not necessary to suppose them the servants of glo'ster; for Cornwall was opposed to extremity by his own servant.
This is very proper in glo'ster, newly maimed by the evulsion of his eyes.
He was afraid of the littleness of his figure,—which he had heard scoffed at, being exposed in the "trunks" of glo'ster.
No offence, glo, but you re'lly mustn't—they're all clergymen's daughters, doncher know?