Another came to a meeting in Longwood wearing a T-shirt with the slogan, “I support the right to arm bears.”
Betsy finished her stay at Longwood this day by remaining awhile with Madame Bertrand.
The sisters went the rounds of Longwood, bidding good-bye to all that was dear to them.
Several additional sentinels were posted around Longwood House and grounds.
The prisoners removed to Longwood on the 10th of December 1815.
The day before that event a fearful tempest threatened to destroy everything about Longwood.
Napoleon confessed more than once at Longwood that he owed his downfall to nothing but the extravagance of his own errors.
In the affairs of Longwood there were, as everywhere, hitches and irregularities.
The park was his Longwood; and, indeed, he himself saw invariable points of resemblance in the two destinies.
We are now able to understand the real nature of the struggle that went on between Longwood and Plantation House.