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When the grave had been filled with earth the little party turned back toward the cabin, and Esmeralda, still weeping copiously for the two she had never heard of before today, and who had been dead twenty years, chanced to glance toward the harbor.
When we reached the grave, it looked a very little spot in that snow-covered waste.
The whisper died wholly out, now, for the three men had reached the grave and stood within a few feet of the boys' hiding-place.
In thee still liveth also the unrealisedness of my youth; and as life and youth sittest thou here hopeful on the yellow ruins of graves.
He took off his coat, set down his lantern, and getting into the unfinished grave, worked at it for an hour or so with right good- will.
They were recognized as graves by the discolored stones or rotting boards at head and foot, leaning at all angles, some prostrate; by the ruined picket fences surrounding them; or, infrequently, by the mound itself showing its gravel through the fallen leaves.
THE MAN WHO LOVES NOT GRAVES AND COFFINS AND SKULLS.
Hartright," she went on, "I will show you the grave, and then go back at once to the house.
This time last night you never thought you'd be digging Pat's grave to-night," sighed Felicity.
Nicholas road, was a grave, and it had a tragic story.
Her gentle and timid spirit sinks within her; and, turning away from the window, she sits down in the great chair and wonders whereabouts in the wilderness her friends will dig her grave.
He arose from the oaken bench on which he was seated in the chapel, and wished, as the priest had done, to go and bid a last adieu to the double grave which contained his two lost friends.
They had an infant with them, and had laid it down asleep upon a child's grave, in a little bed of leaves.
Seated, as in life, with his form and limbs arranged in grave and decent composure, Uncas appeared, arrayed in the most gorgeous ornaments that the wealth of the tribe could furnish.
Come, children; we have the grave to make, and then to hunt his murderer.