All eyes turned toward the bridal party, and a murmur of amazement went through the throng
, for neither bride nor groom removed their masks.
Amind the throng
of a London street we distinguish a man, now waxing elderly, with few characteristics to attract careless observers, yet bearing, in his whole aspect, the handwriting of no common fate, for such as have the skill to read it.
Beneath the sheds of bamboo which opened towards the interior of the square reclined the principal chiefs and warriors, while a miscellaneous throng
lay at their ease under the enormous trees which spread a majestic canopy overhead.
With a half shriek of joy the old man forced a passage within, resumed at once his original bearing, and stalked backward and forward, without apparent object, among the throng
Perhaps so, Dick; but yon throng
is some nine or ten miles from us at least, and on my part, even with the glass, I can make nothing of it
Among the rest there was a group of those merry imps, who, after smashing the glass in a window, had seated themselves hardily on the entablature, and from that point despatched their gaze and their railleries both within and without, upon the throng
in the hall, and the throng
upon the Place.
Then he emerged upon the aerial dock, entered an elevator, and was borne quickly to the street below, where he was soon engulfed by the early morning throng
of workers hastening to their daily duties.
So he followed the Prince into the great domed hall, and Dorothy and Zeb came after them, while the throng
of people trooped in also.
cried the Captain, sternly, and he led his captives through the curious throng
until they came before a big range that stood in the center of the clearing.
James' Street, and joined in the throng
of vehicles slowly making their way down Piccadilly.
A battalion of waiters slid among the throng
, carrying trays of beer glasses and making change from the inexhaustible vaults of their trousers pockets.
While he looked upon the alarming spectacle an Office broke away from the Throng
and took shelter in a tomb close to where he stood, the crowd being too intent upon hammering one another to observe that the cause of their contention had departed.
Some of the bolder of the curious throng
ventured on several evenings to stand upon the doorsteps to intercept them, or failing in this, get a nearer look at them.
From side to side stretched the thin line of the English, lightly armed and quick-footed, while against it stormed and raged the pressing throng
of fiery Spaniards and of gallant Bretons.
Ever she avoided the throng
of the blessed gods and lived in a shadowy cave, and there the Son of Cronos used to lie with the rich- tressed nymph at dead of night, while white-armed Hera lay bound in sweet sleep: and neither deathless god nor mortal man knew it.