Ichabod, who had no relish for this strange midnight companion, and bethought himself of the adventure
of Brom Bones with the Galloping Hessian, now quickened his steed in hopes of leaving him behind.
A couple of trips made her wonted and easygoing at the work, and infatuated her with the stir and adventure
and independence of steamboat life.
And then when you read a little further you will discover that the Doctor is not merely a peg on whom to hang exciting and various adventures
but that he is himself a man of original and lively character.
I had thought up to that moment of the adventures
before me, not at all of the home that I was leaving; and now, at sight of this clumsy stranger, who was to stay here in my place beside my mother, I had my first attack of tears.
first,' said the Gryphon in an impatient tone: `explanations take such a dreadful time.
Early the next morning we accordingly set out, and when we reached the capital I was graciously received by the king, to whom I related my adventures
, upon which he ordered that I should be well cared for and provided with such things as I needed.
I looked for no less, my lord, from your High Magnificence," replied Don Quixote, "and I have to tell you that the boon I have asked and your liberality has granted is that you shall dub me knight to-morrow morning, and that to-night I shall watch my arms in the chapel of this your castle; thus tomorrow, as I have said, will be accomplished what I so much desire, enabling me lawfully to roam through all the four quarters of the world seeking adventures
on behalf of those in distress, as is the duty of chivalry and of knights-errant like myself, whose ambition is directed to such deeds.
Do you wish me to go on with the adventures
of the chair?
of the party of ten The Balaamite mule A dead point The mysterious elks A night attack A retreat Travelling under an alarm A joyful meeting Adventures
of the other party A decoy elk Retreat to an island A savage dance of triumph Arrival at Wind River
By us ordinary mortals of a mediocre animus that is only too anxious to pass by wicked giants for so many honest windmills, adventures
are entertained like visiting angels.
Dyott as if in compassion for sophistry so simple, "adventures
are just adventures
For several suns these were the most novel of all adventures
to him; and John and Michael had to pretend to be delighted also; otherwise he would have treated them severely.