A general bustle of expectation and preparation was spread through the boat; in the cabin, one and another were gathering their things together, and arranging them, preparatory to going
I hain't seen any smoke sence, so I reckon maybe he's gone, if it was him; but husband's going
over to see -- him and another man.
I was not going
there: we were journeying to hear the famous Jabez Branderham preach, from the text - 'Seventy Times Seven;' and either Joseph, the preacher, or I had committed the 'First of the Seventy-First,' and were to be publicly exposed and excommunicated.
We sat in the dreamy room among the old strange influences which had so wrought upon me, and I learnt that she had but just come home from France, and that she was going
Sons are seldom as good men as their fathers; they are generally worse, not better; still, as you are not going
to be either fool or coward henceforward, and are not entirely without some share of your father's wise discernment, I look with hope upon your undertaking.
yes, yes," replied D'Artagnan, coloring a little, "I am going
to make an acquisition.
It's not that I don't approve of the Mingotts' esprit de corps; but why Newland's engagement should be mixed up with that Olenska woman's comings and goings
I don't see," Mrs.
Like many of his fellows, he had apparently accepted the new order of things with good grace, and had sworn fealty to Xodar, his new ruler; but I knew that he hated me, and I was sure that in his heart he envied and hated Xodar, so I had kept a watch upon his comings and goings
, to the end that of late I had become convinced that he was occupied with some manner of intrigue.
They traveled for the most part upon the ground, where it was open, following the path of the great elephants whose comings and goings
break the only roads through those tangled mazes of bush, vine, creeper, and tree.
Ah, I know, I know," she said with a sly glance, "your brother Hippolyte told me about your goings
The bolder Englishman (I am told) will write a love-chapter and then go out, quite coolly, to dinner, but such goings
on are contrary to the Scotch nature; even the great novelists dared not.
The comings and goings
of David are unnoticed by perambulators, which lie in wait for the advent of Porthos.