What you ask is impossible, monsieur," continued
he, addressing Faria.
And now," continued
he, "you must change your clothes; your servants, to whom I gave directions the moment they had left the ferryboat, ought to be already at the inn.
It is to be hoped it had one good effect at least," continued
Without heeding Richard, he continued
to sing a kind of wild, melancholy air, that rose, at times, in sudden and quite elevated notes, and then fell again into the low, quavering sounds that seemed to compose the character of his music.
Why the devil," Archer explosively continued
, "should you have thought--since I suppose you're appealing to me on the ground of my relationship to Madame Olenska--that I should take a view contrary to the rest of her family?
I am very willing to leave you to go on saying Voliere; but, as for me, I shall continued
to say Moliere.
Pierre looked solemnly at his audience over his spectacles and continued
You can get in with me, if you like," Sir Edward continued
, motioning toward the interior of his brougham.
It may be elastic, of course," Wingrave continued
, "but I suspect its existence.
Barbicane, having by a rapid movement firmly fixed his hat upon his head, calmly continued
I will add, to make amends," continued
Barbicane, "that the inhabitants of the visible face are singularly favored by nature, to the detriment of their brethren on the invisible face.
It is - let - me - see,' he continued
, slowly, as he deposited his ponderous bulk in the arm-chair that Rose officiously brought towards him; 'it is just - six-weeks - by my reckoning, since you darkened - my - door
These exclamations continued
till they were interrupted by the lady, who now proceeded to execute the commission given her by her brother, and gave orders for providing all necessaries for the child, appointing a very good room in the house for his nursery.
retorted Ishmael, who, like all of his class, could labour with incredible efforts on emergencies, but who too seldom exerted continued
industry, on any occasion, to brook a proposal that offered so little repose.
It was not till almost a year after this that I broke loose, though, in the meantime, I continued
obstinately deaf to all proposals of settling to business, and frequently expostulated with my father and mother about their being so positively determined against what they knew my inclinations prompted me to.