Having called upon me as the eldest to answer, I, after urging him not to strip himself of his property but to spend it all as he pleased, for we were young men able to gain our living, consented to comply with his wishes, and said that mine were to follow
the profession of arms and thereby serve God and my king.
Oolanga, the experienced tracker, followed
her, but succeeded in hiding his movements better than she did.
them from the court towards the oak grove.
There was no other way of which I knew, nor could I afford to ignore the advice to "follow
the rope." I must cross this room, but however I should accomplish it undetected with that old man in the very center of it baffled me.
Not to show ill-feeling on the head of it, I nevertheless followed
him down again in four or five minutes.
The Wizard went to General Guph, who was trying to count his fingers, and told him to follow
the Nome King, who was his master.
Slowly a chief arose and two others followed
his example, though with ill-concealed reluctance.
Again, as on the preceding day, I had recourse to earthly tactics, and swinging my right fist full upon the point of his chin I followed
it with a smashing left to the pit of his stomach.
And some in dreams assured were Of the spirit that plagued us so: Nine fathom deep he had followed
us From the land of mist and snow.
His companion followed
him, and the poor goat ran after them all, bleating plaintively.
And so he followed
the old trail of the Belgian through the forest and toward the north; but because of the age of the trail he was constrained to a far from rapid progress.
Rousing himself, Pierre followed
Anna Mikhaylovna out of the carriage, and only then began to think of the interview with his dying father which awaited him.
Fragment #1 -- Proclus, Chrestomathia, ii: The "Cypria", described in the preceding book, has its sequel in the "Iliad" of Homer, which is followed
in turn by the five books of the "Aethiopis", the work of Arctinus of Miletus.
To pass from the Characters to the Story, it will be seen that the narrative related in these pages has been constructed on a plan which differs from the plan followed
in my last novel, and in some other of my works published at an earlier date.
If Alban Morris had been indeed the person trusted as messenger by Sir Jervis, the conclusion that followed
filled Emily with overpowering emotions of curiosity and surprise.