We went the nearest way, without conversing
much upon the road; and he was so humble in respect of those scarecrow gloves, that he was still putting them on, and seemed to have made no advance in that labour, when we got to my place.
It was but natural that I should take to him much more kindly than to Drummle, and that, even in the earliest evenings of our boating, he and I should pull homeward abreast of one another, conversing
from boat to boat, while Bentley Drummle came up in our wake alone, under the overhanging banks and among the rushes.
With thee conversing
I forget all time, All seasons and thir change, all please alike.
Another lay brother led a sumpter mule, loaded probably with his superior's baggage; and two monks of his own order, of inferior station, rode together in the rear, laughing and conversing
with each other, without taking much notice of the other members of the cavalcade.
Miss Wilson looked at the weather, at Josephs, who was conversing
with Jane, and finally at Smilash, who knuckled his forehead without waiting to be addressed.
This prince took a pleasure in conversing
with me, inquiring into the manners, religion, laws, government, and learning of Europe; wherein I gave him the best account I was able.
Fortunately for him she had on the other side Lord Faudel, a most intelligent middle-aged mediocrity, as bald as a ministerial statement in the House of Commons, with whom she was conversing
in that intensely earnest manner which is the one unpardonable error, as he remarked once himself, that all really good people fall into, and from which none of them ever quite escape.
As he was at that time deprived of the happiness of conversing
with you, he ventured to give you his ring as a token of his love, and to take yours in exchange, which he now encloses in this letter.
They were going along conversing
in this way, when they saw descending a gap between two high mountains some twenty shepherds, all clad in sheepskins of black wool, and crowned with garlands which, as afterwards appeared, were, some of them of yew, some of cypress.