While this scene was going on at the tavern, Sam and Andy, in a state of high felicitation
, pursued their way home.
At once, upon word of all this, a thousand encouragements were offered, and felicitations
came pouring in from all quarters.
Collins received and returned these felicitations
with equal pleasure, and then proceeded to relate the particulars of their interview, with the result of which he trusted he had every reason to be satisfied, since the refusal which his cousin had steadfastly given him would naturally flow from her bashful modesty and the genuine delicacy of her character.
She had never imagined herself offering betrothal felicitations
to Miss Cornelia.
Everybody laughed as he did, and the two philosophers were saluted with unanimous felicitations
. La Fontaine, however, was declared conqueror, on account of his profound erudition and his irrefragable logic.
As to the Canadian voyageurs, their mutual felicitations
, as usual, were loud and vociferous, and it was almost ludicrous to behold these ancient "comrades" and "confreres," hugging and kissing each other on the river bank.
The group about Miss Welland made way for him with significant smiles, and after taking his share of the felicitations
he drew his betrothed into the middle of the ball-room floor and put his arm about her waist.
Metivier, who came in the morning with his felicitations
, considered it proper in his quality of doctor de forcer la consigne,* as he told Princess Mary, and went in to see the prince.
He leaned forward and beamed felicitations
as warmly as Mainhall himself when, at the end of the play, she came again and again before the curtain, panting a little and flushed, her eyes dancing and her eager, nervous little mouth tremulous with excitement.
Harris at four o'clock;--when his assurances, his felicitations
on a recovery in her sister even surpassing his expectation, gave her confidence, comfort, and tears of joy.
Claude Frollo's felicitations
to Jacques Coictier bore reference principally to the temporal advantages which the worthy physician had found means to extract, in the course of his much envied career, from each malady of the king, an operation of alchemy much better and more certain than the pursuit of the philosopher's stone.
George, in his domestic character of Bluffy, to take leave of Quebec and Malta and insinuate a sponsorial shilling into the pocket of his godson with felicitations
on his success in life, it is dark when Mr.