As soon as an opportunity presented itself I asked General Joubert who was to be second in command.
They were about to leave when she arrived at Mrs. Joubert's house.
Joubert attempted to wage war without the shedding of blood, and he failed.
Joubert, with eighteen thousand men, was left to repress the Tyrol.
True criticism, so Joubert tells us, is un exercice mthodique de discernement.
General Joubert now expressed his opinions on the causes of the war.
He felt, with Joubert, that "it is not difficult to believe in God, if one does not worry oneself to define Him."
You will find poetry nowhere unless you bring some with you, says Joubert.
On that date General Joubert joined us with a portion of the Transvaal commandos.
This has only to be said to be admitted; it is one of the thoughts that shine, as Joubert says.