The Saracen's Head, which had welcomed Paoli before now, received the travellers.
The aged Paoli found his situation more trying with every day.
Had Sir Gilbert kept in with Paoli, and governed through him, all might have gone well.
Paoli had made an effort to strengthen it, but without success.
Having dogs for his attendants, is another circumstance about Paoli similar to the heroes of antiquity.
By George, though, that Paoli must be a clever one—think of his knowing about ricin.
But the declaration of war was a novelty which must have deeply interested him; for what was Paoli now to do?
The policeman released the tenor, and both of them seized Paoli.
On the 3d of January 1765, Paoli opened the Corsican university.
This is enjoying the fruit of my labours, and appearing like the friend of Paoli.'