I tould yer maid a friend o' mine had spoken o' Mrs. MacMahon's place and I didn't forget.
The republic was possible with MacMahon, for after all he was a personality.
What warrant had we to refer their rights to the arbitration of Marshal MacMahon?
MacMahon, however, did consent to it; and for this he must be held responsible.
He had been succeeded by MacMahon, a good, brave man, but a cipher.
I found one from Arlon, stating that MacMahon's position was very good.
He turned suddenly while Dick and Mr. MacMahon were bowing to each other, hat in hand.
He proceeded to build castles, and granted two of them to one MacMahon, who had made every promise of fidelity.
In 1864 MacMahon succeeded Plissier as governor-general, and had as his first work to put down an insurrection.
"There's a husband and wife come into the double room next," Mrs. MacMahon went on, when she had shown Clo her proposed quarters.