him coming and hides, sees him put the potions into two cups of wine and bid the the timid little servant, "Bear them to the captives in their cells, and tell them I shall come anon.
I have fou't at his side in many a bloody scrimmage; and so long as I could hear
the crack of his piece in one ear, and that of the Sagamore in the other, I knew no enemy was on my back.
In the name of Heaven," cried Hepzibah, provoked only to intenser indignation by this outgush of the inestimable tenderness of a stern nature,--"in God's name, whom you insult, and whose power I could almost question, since he hears
you utter so many false words without palsying your tongue,--give over, I beseech you, this loathsome pretence of affection for your victim
May be not, taking out a stick and whittling a toothpick, but I rayther guess you'll be done brown if that ere harpooneer hears
you a slanderin' his head.
Though by the repeated bloody chastisements they have received at the hands of European cruisers, the audacity of these corsairs has of late been somewhat repressed; yet, even at the present day, we occasionally hear
of English and American vessels, which, in those waters, have been remorselessly boarded and pillaged.
I did not hear
much, for the hostler was rubbing me down, but I could see that James looked very happy, and I thought the master was proud of him.
The music had started up, and half a block away you could hear
the dull "broom, broom" of a cello, with the squeaking of two fiddles which vied with each other in intricate and altitudinous gymnastics.
I won't hear
one word--not the beginning of a word.
I seem to hear
pronounced by some of his kin at such a time his original wild name in some jaw-breaking or else melodious tongue.
In the beautiful, refreshing, still nights of spring, when the moon pours her silver light over the Country, the listening shipper hears
from the rushing of the waves, the echoing Clang of a wonderfully charming voice, which sings a song from the crystal castle, and with sorrow and fear he thinks on the young Count Hermann, seduced by the Nymph.
Well, I know what I's gwyne to do: I's gwyne to set down here and listen tell I hears
I's a nigger, en nobody ain't gwine to doubt it dat hears
At last he was satisfied that time had ceased and eternity begun; he began to doze, in spite of himself; the clock chimed eleven, but he did not hear
Instead of the voices of her children, she hears
by day the moans of the dove, and by night the screams of the hideous owl.
But I," he soon added, "who have had no such charm thrown over my senses, must still see, hear
, and remember.