Judge if the Berlin public talked,—unintelligible to Friedrioh Wilhelm, then safe in swaddling-clothes.
The babe is seen wrapped in swaddling-clothes and lying in a manger.
Here came savage-trained Nicolet, exploring agent of Champlain, in 1634, when Plymouth colony was still in swaddling-clothes.
If crying was to do the business, we might look for heroes in swaddling-clothes.
We leave the strapping boy in his swaddling-clothes to answer the question when he was born.
With remarkable dexterity the women undid the swaddling-clothes, turning, tucking up, unwrapping.
I forgot to say that on the child's swaddling-clothes a paper was pinned, on which was written: "Have pity upon Jane."
An old woman with a pair of scissors cut the tie that bound him to his mother and put him in swaddling-clothes of homespun.
He also presented the queen, for her babe, swaddling-clothes which had been blessed by his holiness.
I am very glad to quit Asia, the cradle of mankind, in which the understanding has remained till now in its swaddling-clothes.