He wore in addition to his leathern trappings and jewelled ornaments a great circlet
of gold about his brow in the exact centre of which was set an immense stone, the exact counterpart of that which I had seen upon the breast of the little old man at the atmosphere plant nearly twenty years before.
Napoleon, standing on the knoll, looked through a field glass, and in its small circlet
saw smoke and men, sometimes his own and sometimes Russians, but when he looked again with the naked eye, he could not tell where what he had seen was.
But her small boot heel did not make an indenture, not a mark upon the little glittering circlet
Joe succeeded in cutting the caoutchouc jointings above the car, but when he came to the pipes he found it more difficult to disengage them, because they were held by their upper extremity and fastened by wires to the very circlet
of the valve.
His hand brought the circlet
of red- yellow, as though it were a plate of red gold, of refined gold smelted over the edge of the anvil, to his brow as a sign of his charioteering, as a distinction to his master.
All adown her back floated tresses of ruddy gold, with a slender jeweled circlet
confining them at the brow.
The Outlaw of Torn raised the little circlet
to his lips, and then slipped it upon the third finger of his left hand.
The second damsel was of thirty winter of age, with a circlet
of gold about her head.
This precious vessel was now placed on my knee, and I was cordially invited to eat the circlet
of delicate pastry upon it.
The Knight obeyed; and Prince John placed upon its point a coronet of green satin, having around its edge a circlet
of gold, the upper edge of which was relieved by arrow-points and hearts placed interchangeably, like the strawberry leaves and balls upon a ducal crown.
The Earl of Essex, 'tis true, wore a splendid ring, set with diamonds, given him by his royal mistress, whilst I -- I have nothing but a simple circlet
of gold, with a cipher on it and a date; but that ring has been blessed in the chapel of the Palais Royal,* so they will never ruin me, as they long to do, and whilst they shout,`Down with Mazarin
for the old man was now dressed in royal robes that glittered with jewels and gold embroidery, and wore a circlet
of gold around his head.