Now, go thy ways, and deal as thou wilt with yonder
Well, sir, I don't know--I think likely you'd fetch the captain of the watch may be, because he's a-standing right yonder
in the way.
And do you, good fellows, shoot boldly round; a buck and a butt of wine are ready for your refreshment in yonder tent, when the prize is won.
Sith it be no better,'' said Locksley, ``I am content to try my fortune; on condition that when I have shot two shafts at yonder mark of Hubert's, he shall be bound to shoot one at that which I shall propose.
Some the Great Spirit made with skins brighter and redder than yonder sun," continued Magua, pointing impressively upward to the lurid luminary, which was struggling through the misty atmosphere of the horizon; "and these did He fashion to His own mind.
Be deaf to yonder artful and remorseless monster, who poisons thy ears with falsehoods to feed his thirst for blood.
You shall do this,' said the old woman: 'to-morrow morning, at the first light, you shall go up to yonder
mountain,' and she pointed to the mountain where you are now, stranger, on which the stone Witch sits forever waiting for the world to die.
And I can see men-at-arms in yonder boats which ply betwixt the vessel and the shore.
There is a very proper cog out yonder," said Sir Nigel, "it would be a very strange thing if any ship were not a war-ship when it had such men as these upon her decks.
But first barricade the first door well; then we will follow yonder
she is, where you see a group of partisans.
It will be wise, friend, to make a cover, lest the sons of the squatter should be out skirting on our trail, and, as you well know, there is some reason to fear yonder thicket contains a sight that may horrify a woman's mind.
The squatter and his brood have left a strong scent on the earth," said the old man, watching as he spoke for some signal from his learned pioneer to follow; "I hope yonder school-bred man knows enough to remember the errand on which I have sent him.
Well, my friend, I shall go over yonder, and with my forty men, I shall carry him off, pack him up, and bring him into France, where two modes of proceeding present themselves to my dazzled eyes.
And if I should die yonder -- if I should be killed by a musket-ball -- if I should burst from drinking beer?