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Then he unlocked one of the safes and drew out from an inner drawer a parchment book bound in brown vellum.
These documents are contained in a safe in the fellow's study, and the study is the ante-room of his bed-chamber.
They are safe in the old cabin beyond, that has been put up ready to receive them again," said Fairfax quietly.
So at last he had given up, reserving his particular bit of exquisite mental torture for the last moment, when, just before the savage spears of the cannibals should for ever make the object of his hatred immune to further suffering, the Russian planned to reveal to his enemy the true whereabouts of his wife whom he thought safe in England.
The first clause provided for the safe keeping and support of his animals.
We are quite safe now, and have nothing to fear indeed, dear grandfather,' she said.
So all this time, while the Doctor and his animals were going along towards the Land of the Monkeys, thinking themselves quite safe, they were still being followed by the King's men.
Utterson alone that night, than he locked the note into his safe, where it reposed from that time forward.
There never seem chains and ropes enough to satisfy their minds concerned with the safe binding of free ships to the strong, muddy, enslaved earth.
The Keeper of the Wicket was by this time back in his old place, but he kept a safe distance from Toto.
At first she frightened me; but presently I was aware that she was quite as safe here as was I.
Sabin said, "to try and make every corner of the earth safe.
and load up the cabin with rats and snakes and so on, for company for Jim; and then you kept Tom here so long with the butter in his hat that you come near spiling the whole business, because the men come before we was out of the cabin, and we had to rush, and they heard us and let drive at us, and I got my share, and we dodged out of the path and let them go by, and when the dogs come they warn't interested in us, but went for the most noise, and we got our canoe, and made for the raft, and was all safe, and Jim was a free man, and we done it all by ourselves, and WASN'T it bully, Aunty
His plan was to slip down to his uncle's private sitting room below, pass into the bedroom, steal the safe key from the old gentleman's clothes, and then go back and rob the safe.
But here Dolly interposed, and entreated her not to hear the worst, but the best; and besought the gentleman to tell them the best, and to keep the remainder of his news until they were safe among their friends again.