She'll be good comp'ny for our Emma Jane
, but I don't believe they'll keep her three months
Come to my side, Jane
, and let us explain and understand one another.
Well, then," said Gertrude, afraid to press the point, but determined not to record first, "let Jane
Lucinda sat upon the upset kitchen stove and stared, and Jane
leaned against the kitchen dresser and smiled; but neither of them made any remark.
She did at last extort from her father an acknowledgment that the horses were engaged; Jane
was therefore obliged to go on horseback, and her mother attended her to the door with many cheerful prognostics of a bad day.
It was the Sunday after this that Jerry Moore announces to us, wriggling, that he had an engagement to take supper with Jane
and her folks.
Presently Tarzan took to the trees, and Jane
, wondering that she felt no fear, began to realize that in many respects she had never felt more secure in her whole life than now as she lay in the arms of this strong, wild creature, being borne, God alone knew where or to what fate, deeper and deeper into the savage fastness of the untamed forest.
Once a week Jane
's nurse had her evening off; and then it was Wendy's part to put Jane
So hopeless had seemed her situation to her that Jane
Clayton but stood in lethargic apathy awaiting the impact of the huge body that would hurl her to the ground--awaiting the momentary agony that cruel talons and grisly fangs may inflict before the coming of the merciful oblivion which would end her sorrow and her suffering.
From her cabin port upon the Kincaid, Jane
Clayton had seen her husband rowed to the verdure-clad shore of Jungle Island, and then the ship once more proceeded upon its way.
He was trying to find the right words to explain to Jane
Porter the calamity that had befallen him--and her.
Just the sort of night people like to cuddle down between their blankets and count their mercies," said Anne to Jane
Andrews, who had come up to spend the afternoon and stay all night.