Rachel now wanting to follow their lead, before we-called the servants together, and began the search for
the stained dress.
It was large enough to permit the passage of his body, and assured as he was that Lady Greystoke had passed out through the aperture in an attempt to escape the village, he lost no time in availing himself of the same avenue; but neither did he lose time in a fruitless search for Jane Clayton.
He confined his attentions to a careful search for the pouch, but nowhere upon or about the corpse was any sign of the missing article or its contents.
This nephew, whose name was Pennifeather, would listen to nothing like reason in the matter of "lying quiet," but insisted upon making immediate search for the "corpse of the murdered man.
In the meantime, I instituted a rigorous private search for the corpse of Mr.
Would she go on down the river, that she might thus bring herself nearer her own Grabritin, or would she have sought to search for
us upstream, where she had seen us last?
When the second prince had thus been gone a long time, the youngest son said he would go and search for
the Water of Life, and trusted he should soon be able to make his father well again.
Nay,' as the lama made some sort of protest, 'remember this is my Search - the Search for
my Red Bull.
We were now fairly well equipped for our search for
a pass to the opposite side of the Mountains of the Clouds.
Immediately seven great fleets, each of one hundred mighty war ships, had been dispatched to search for
Dejah Thoris, and from these vessels two thousand smaller craft had been kept out continuously in futile search for
the missing princess.
The house supplied him with a wafer for his present purpose, with which, having sealed his letter, he returned hastily towards the brook side, in order to search for
the things which he had there lost.
had been chartered by a syndicate of wealthy manufacturers, equipped with a laboratory and a staff of scientists, and sent out to search for
some natural product which the manufacturers who footed the bills had been importing from South America at an enormous cost.
As the party were putting in for the shore shortly after noon to search for
food a slender, naked savage watched them for a moment from behind the dense screen of verdure which lined the river's bank, then he melted away up-stream before any of those in the canoe discovered him.
The most eager factor in the search for
Prince Richard was Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, whose affection for his royal nephew had always been so marked as to have been commented upon by the members of the King's household.
That search for
the aim of life had not merely disappeared temporarily- he felt that it no longer existed for him and could not present itself again.