Gibbon said of Lady Elizabeth that she was the most alluring of women.
She began her daily hour of Gibbon after breakfast with great zeal.
Gibbon and Doubleday somehow deployed and seized a portion of the orchard.
Doubleday and Gibbon suffered fearfully, and Ewell and Taliaferro suffered.
We have only to consider the absurdity of a handy-volume Gibbon or a folio Lamb.
Gibbon and Mommsen are the great examples to which he points.
If you want to know how rapidly the Empire went down, ask Gibbon.
Gibbon ignored the Virgin, because in 1789 religious monuments were out of fashion.
An excellent edition of Gibbon was one of the first results.
After he had finished, one of his friends reproached him with flattering Gibbon.