They're coming here for the ride
to-day," said Christie resignedly.
Indeed, certain of the most authentic historians of those parts, who have been careful in collecting and collating the floating facts concerning this spectre, allege that the body of the trooper having been buried in the churchyard, the ghost rides
forth to the scene of battle in nightly quest of his head, and that the rushing speed with which he sometimes passes along the Hollow, like a midnight blast, is owing to his being belated, and in a hurry to get back to the churchyard before daybreak.
I'd hate to have to ride
back through that jungle at night to his camp.
The mare was only to be taken down to the Parsonage half an hour before her ride
were to begin; and Fanny, on its being first proposed, so far from feeling slighted, was almost over-powered with gratitude that he should be asking her leave for it.
As he came before the palace and saw the golden road, he stopped to look at it, and he thought to himself, 'It is a pity to ride
upon this beautiful road'; so he turned aside and rode on the right-hand side of it.
Nor did anyone dare ride
rough shod over the territory which Norman of Torn patrolled.
If my captain will forego the pleasure of Monsieur Tarzan's company for this once, I shall esteem it an honor indeed to have monsieur ride
with me today," he said, nor was his tone lacking in cordiality.
He refuses to ride
my mare because she was a little fractious yesterday.
That was an added point, her having the courage to ride
in the only natural and logical manner.
In this manner they had not proceeded far when they met a company of women and children: "Why, you lazy old fellow," cried several tongues at once, "how can you ride
upon the beast, while that poor little lad there can hardly keep pace by the side of you?
Dunning has had the fight of his life," thought the major, and was about to ride
I cannot call to mind how the thing came about, for it was in the year of the Prince's ride
through Languedoc, when there was much fine skirmishing to be had at barriers.