Guiscard, after bending his wise head over them, pronounced them all equally futile, and equally tending to democracy.
It was like every thing that Guiscard ever did; manly, yet kind.
Guiscard died in Newgate of the wounds which he received in the scuffle when he was secured.
They say Guiscard will die with the wounds Mr. St. John and the rest gave him.
Guiscard, that stabbed Mr. Harvey, said he was a count; and I believe he was a barber.
I do not yet hear that Guiscard is dead, but they say 'tis impossible he should recover.
My surprise and pleasure were equal when I found him to be Guiscard!
Guiscard, and what you will read in the Narrative, I ordered to be written, and nothing else.
Guiscard: One of the Norman conquerors of the regions which up to our own time constituted the kingdom of Naples.
Then there is an account of Guiscard by the same woman, but the facts sent by Presto.