At last the order came, and the bullion was landed under the care of the Gallician militia which was ordered to escort it to Lugo.
It was evidently a slight upon Lugo to insinuate that it had only one steeple.
"The old Lugo ranch house," Consuello explained, catching his inquiring look.
The long night march from Lugo had been the most trying and disastrous of any.
If no prince of the Church was killed here, as happened in Lugo, one at least died mysteriously in the hands of his enemies.
Sauntering into Lugo one day, I chanced to drop into a crazy building, the roof of which had been torn up for fire wood.
Our army was in frightful confusion on the retreat from Lugo, and the number of stragglers was enormous.
Lugo is an episcopal see, and was formerly the capital of Galicia.
Andreas de Tapia, Verdugo, and Lugo commanded under him, he himself having the immediate command of the cavalry.
I arrived at Lugo after a journey of more than thirty hours from Leon.