He sat down
near me, and I began to talk to him, for he looked poor and tired and anxious.
His roving eyes began to moisten, and before the hymn was ended scalding tears rolled out of fountains that had long seemed dry, and followed each other down
those cheeks, that had oftener felt the storms of heaven than any testimonials of weakness.
We never said a word, but went straight up onto the hurricane-deck and plumb back aft, and set down
on the end of the sky-light.
Very stiff and sore of foot I was in the morning, and quite dazed by the beating of drums and marching of troops, which seemed to hem me in on every side when I went down
towards the long narrow street.
Yet while this selfish tumult was going on in her soul, her eyes were bent down
on her prayer-book, and the eyelids with their dark fringe looked as lovely as ever.
The latter, with the same coolness of which he had given proof, without committing the imprudence of touching his weapons, took up a beer-pot with a pewter-lid, and knocked down
two or three of his assailants; then, as he was about to yield to numbers, the seven other silent men at the tables, who had not stirred, perceived that their cause was at stake, and came to the rescue.
If they grew on one's family tree I should only have to give mine a shake to bring down
a shower of the finest.
Go north and lie down
, and if any live after the dhole has gone by he shall bring thee word of the fight.
It is asking much of a wealthy man to come down
and bury himself in a place of this kind, but I need not tell you that it means a very great deal to the countryside.
This must be Seawood, I think-- Lord Pooley's experiment; he had the Sicilian Singers down
at Christmas, and there's talk about holding one of the great glove-fights here.
Up in the house Cecil heard them, and, though he was full of entertaining news, he did not come down
to impart it, in case he got hurt.
The Vale was known in former times as the Forest of White Hart, from a curious legend of King Henry III's reign, in which the killing by a certain Thomas de la Lynd of a beautiful white hart which the king had run down
and spared, was made the occasion of a heavy fine.
William Guppy," replies the other, "I am in the downs
If you could look with her eyes you might see her surrounded with hundreds of figures performing complex dramas, with tragic and comic issues, long conversations, many characters, many ups and downs
of fate,--and meantime it is only puss and her tail.
We've had our ups and downs
, we've had our struggles, we've always been poor, but it's been worth it, ay, worth it a hundred times I say when I look round at my children.