A storm dispersed the eighteen galleys which were to transport the cavalry of csar, and drove them back upon the coast of Gaul.
The head of Antony is the peace offering she would send to csar—she for whom I have lost all!
csar, then, arrived on the fifth day (reckoning thirty kilomtres for a days march) at Binche, twenty kilomtres from Charleroi.
And even as he spoke and the people cheered there came the cry of "A messenger from csar!"
Then Kate, with a laugh, said something which Philip did not catch, because csar was rustling the newspaper he was reading.
Though allies be fled, still is our array as strong as csar's!
But csar wrote and spoke with a faultless taste and a distinction that no training could impart.
The pageants of Alexander, csar, and Wellington were tinsel to this.
Seeing with a side-glance that Mr. csar's back was still turned, he mounted a form, and pushed on the clock's hands.
At last, csar hit on a compromise which seemed to him a singularly happy one.