It was at length discovered that a Jew had been to seek him; and that, after very brief
conference, he had called for Gurth and his armour, and had left the castle.
A fearful idea now suddenly drove the blood in torrents upon my heart, and for a brief
period, I once more relapsed into insensibility.
And thus when by Poetry, or when by Music, the most entrancing of the poetic moods, we find ourselves melted into tears, we weep then, not as the Abbate Gravina supposes, through excess of pleasure, but through a certain petulant, impatient sorrow at our inability to grasp now, wholly, here on earth, at once and for ever, those divine and rapturous joys of which through' the poem, or through the music, we attain to but brief
and indeterminate glimpses.
From the moment that I had first seen her chained in the slave caravan of the Mahars until now, a prisoner of a no less cruel creature, I could recall but a few brief
intervals of peace and quiet in her tempestuous ex-istence.
A man was sneaking stealthily from the room, and in the brief
glance that Tarzan had of him he saw that it was Rokoff.
His eyes lighted on a big headline, with a brief
five lines under it.
The Rose replied, "I indeed, dear Amaranth, flourish but for a brief
A HURLED-BACK Allegation, which, after a brief
rest, had again started forth upon its mission of mischief, met an Ink-stand in mid-air.
As soon as the merry meal and a brief
interval of repose were over, it was unanimously voted to have some charades.
, stammering illuminations brought out with ghastly distinctness the monuments and headstones of the cemetery and seemed to set them dancing.
To be brief
, then, Eustace Macallan was "indicted and accused, at the instance of David Mintlaw, Esquire, Her Majesty's Advocate, for Her Majesty's interest," of the Murder of his Wife by poison, at his residence called Gleninch, in the county of Mid-Lothian.
Comes old American stock, thirsting across the Great American Desert, mule-backing across the Isthmus, wind-jamming around the Horn, to write brief
and forgotten names where ten thousand generations of wild Indians are equally forgotten--names like Halleck, Hastings, Swett, Tait, Denman, Tracy, Grimwood, Carlton, Temple.