The much debated topic anent the likelihood of the Sixth Division being sent to join Methuen was settled at last—to our chagrin.
But Methuen's first engagements seemed to him to be Pyrrhic victories.
Had Methuen not had time sufficiently to augment his forces to cut his way through.
Since the Methuen treaty of 1703 port was the wine most drunk.
It seemed to us that Methuen not only knew the game but was passionately fond of it.
In 1839 he received ordination, and was settled in Methuen, Mass.
It was hard to credit the evidence of our senses, that Methuen had retreated.
The English provision was at variance with the Methuen Treaty.
Having driven the enemy off by his artillery fire, Methuen moved to Tweebosch, where he laagered until next morning.
Port, till the Methuen treaty, was almost unknown in England.