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We of course returned by a different route through Indiana, passing from Princeton to Portersville, and from thence through Paoli, Salem, and New Lexington, to Madison.
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From his most Catholic Majesty we have received an order upon the minister for the sum of four thousand louis, which has been duly honoured, and from our blessed father, the Pope, an order for five hundred thousand paolis, amounting to about thirteen thousand pounds in sterling money, together with entire absolution for all sins already committed, and about to be committed, and a secure promise of paradise to those who fall in the maintenance of the true faith and the legitimate king.
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Corse pour la cause de la convention contre Paoli et les Anglais; il s'etait rendu ensuite a l'armee d'Italie, et servait devant Toulon.
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At any rate Paoli disappeared right after I returned from Italy, and we haven't been able to locate him since.
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By George, though, that Paoli must be a clever one-think of his knowing about ricin.
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The policeman released the tenor, and both of them seized Paoli.
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A crash followed as the door yielded, and the famous Paoli gang was in the hands of the law.
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And glad are they all at this, when the husband is brought home-not dead, though left among the corpses at Paoli, but alive and certain of recovery, with such nursing as his wife will give him.
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The nuisance was, the two Paolis, Giafferi and Hyacinth, had no notion whatever of making themselves kings; nor would their devoted followers have tolerated it.
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This was a Count Ugo Colonna, a middle-aged man, descended from the oldest nobility of the island, and head of his family, which might more properly be called a clan; a patriot, in his way, too, though lacking the fire of the Paolis, to whom he had surrendered the leadership while remaining something of a figure-head.
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It opened new prospects of driving through crowds and bowing and lifting his hat: and he turned pardonably sulky when the two Paolis treated my proposals with suspicion.
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The old Count had convinced himself by this time that by accepting the crown he would confer a signal service on Corsica, and had opened a lengthy correspondence with the two Paolis, whose hesitation to accept this view at once puzzled and annoyed him.
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But while we loved and Count Ugo wrote letters, the two Paolis were doing; and by-and-by they played the strangest stroke in all Corsica's history.
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Giafferi and Hyacinth Paoli had fled to Naples; Hyacinth with two sons, Pascal and Clement, whom he trained there (as I am told) in all the liberal arts and in undying hatred of the Genoese.
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It would appear, however, that the Genoese have gathered head again, and his business with them may explain why Pascal Paoli has not answered the letter I addressed to him, these eight months since, notifying my son's claim upon the succession.
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But you denied it on his father's, and that is what his enemies, the Paolists all, would give their ears to hear-yes, and Pasquale Paoli himself, though he passes for a just man.
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Because of it, Paoli will have no dealing with you.
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Marc'antonio would not admit this in so many words; but he gave me to understand that Pasquale Paoli had by this time cleared the interior of the Genoese, and was thrusting them little by little from their last grip on the extremities of the island-Calvi and some smaller strongholds in the north, Bonifacio in the south, and a few isolated forts along the littoral; that the people looked up to him and to him only; that the constitution he had invented was working and working well; that his writ ran throughout Corsica, and his laws were enforced, even those which he had aimed at vendetta and cross-vendetta; and that the militia was faithful to him, almost to a man.
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I love this Paoli for trouncing the Genoese; but for denying the Prince his rights I must hate him, and especially for the grounds of his denial.
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To the south, as we heard-though we never saw them-lay a regiment of Paoli's militia; and, between the two forces Calenzana stood as a sort of no-man's-land, albeit the Genoese claimed what they called a 'supervision' over it.
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Examples of Paoli

Example #1
The country about Madison is hilly and broken, which makes travelling tedious in the extreme.
Example #2
During the recital, the whole party was convulsed with laughter-in which we joined most heartily.
Example #3
I leave them to men like Sir Robert, whose swords are always ready, and whose talents are so well able to direct their swords; still, it is well known, that the sources of war must be obtained, if war is to be carried on; and I have great pleasure in announcing to those assembled, that from our friends in England I have received advice of the two several sums of ninety-three thousand pounds, and twenty-nine thousand pounds, sterling money, having been actually collected, and now held in trust for the support of the good cause; and, further, that the collections are still going on with rapidity and success.
Example #4
As soon as Lovell sat down, Collier, the ecclesiastic, rose.
Example #5
Il se nommait Bonaparte, et etait originaire de Corse.
Example #6
Dans le conseil de guerre se trouvait un jeune officier, qui commandait l'artillerie en l'absence du chef de cette arme.