The nobleman tried yet harder, yet could not please his relentless critic.
The nobleman told his name—a name dear to every Briton and every Irishman.
I have promised you, as a gentleman—as a nobleman, if you know what that is—to respect you.
In English society, the American wife of an English nobleman.
One is an Englishman; he is even more than that, he is an English nobleman.
The English nobleman's mother is very much against the match.
Why, I thought I said at the first that he was a nobleman, an Englishman.
A nobleman once contemptuously asked of a sage, “What have you got by all your philosophy?”
I am injured deeply; injured in the dearest feeling of a nobleman and a Spaniard.
I only said that you are a pilgrim, a nobleman, and that I used to know you.