Napoleon led six hundred thousand men into Russia and captured Moscow; then he suddenly ran away from Moscow, and the Emperor Alexander, helped by the advice of Stein and others, united Europe to arm against the disturber
of its peace.
Delia was studying under Rosenstock--you know his repute as a disturber
of the piano keys.
"Heed not that, dear Altisidora," replied a voice; "the duchess is no doubt asleep, and everybody in the house save the lord of thy heart and disturber
of thy soul; for just now I perceived him open the grated window of his chamber, so he must be awake; sing, my poor sufferer, in a low sweet tone to the accompaniment of thy harp; and even if the duchess hears us we can lay the blame on the heat of the night."
Meriem glanced lazily over her shoulder at the excited disturber
of her peace.
The recollection of what had been done for William was always the most powerful disturber
of every decision against Mr.
He performed these various operations with so much mystery, activity, and generosity, that never was Fouquet, then laboring under an attack of fever, more nearly saved, except for the counteraction of that immense disturber
of human projects, - chance.
I listened doubtingly an instant; detected the disturber
, then turned and dozed, and dreamt again: if possible, still more disagreeably than before.
Goaded to frenzy the cat presently determined to come up after this disturber
of his peace; but when he essayed to leap to the branch that held Tarzan he found the sharp spear point always in his face, and each time as he dropped back he was prodded viciously in some tender part; but at length, rage having conquered his better judgment, he leaped up the rough bole to the very branch upon which Tarzan stood.
Who was crucified--think of it--for an incendiary and a disturber
of the social order!
It was by no means lovely, but as the man gathered up his reins he called it a Moon of Paradise, a Disturber
of Integrity, and a few other fantastic epithets which doubled her up with mirth.
How shall he ever know well what he is and does as an officer of the government, or as a man, until he is obliged to consider whether he shall treat me, his neighbor, for whom he has respect, as a neighbor and well-disposed man, or as a maniac and disturber
of the peace, and see if he can get over this obstruction to his neighborliness without a ruder and more impetuous thought or speech corresponding with his action?
'Upon which,' said Mr Meagles, 'as a practical man, I then and there, in that presence, took Doyce by the collar, and told him it was plain to me that he was an infamous rascal and treasonable disturber
of the government peace, and took him away.