The tragical fate of the discoverer, which, for a time, brought them under the charge of ferocity, was, in fact, the result of sudden exasperation, caused by the seizure
of their chief.
My cousin has had some sort of a seizure
," he said.
She has cousins here, you know, and many acquaintance, which would make it cheerful for her, and I am sure she would be glad to get to a place where she could have medical attendance at hand, in case of his having another seizure
And the whole seizure
, progress and termination of the disease, were the incidents of half an hour.
Guster, really aged three or four and twenty, but looking a round ten years older, goes cheap with this unaccountable drawback of fits, and is so apprehensive of being returned on the hands of her patron saint that except when she is found with her head in the pail, or the sink, or the copper, or the dinner, or anything else that happens to be near her at the time of her seizure
, she is always at work.
My mother's illness," he continued, "the seizure
which ended in her death, was sudden.
His afternoon's dream of a marvellous seizure
and sale of the great Butteridge secret crumpled up in his mind, dissolved, and vanished.
At dinner the talk turned on the latest political news: Napoleon's seizure
of the Duke of Oldenburg's territory, and the Russian Note, hostile to Napoleon, which had been sent to all the European courts.
Paley was heard to explain, as if to justify her seizure
of Susan, who got up and proceeded to wheel the chair to the door.
Three quarters of an hour from the time of his seizure
his captors dropped gently to earth in the strangest city that human eye had ever rested upon.
He thought her insensibility was caused by a sort of cataleptic seizure
Playmore--the second good friend, who had formally protested against the seizure
of my husband's papers.