He was just putting little hand on the dog's neck and beginning to smile through his tears, when I heard behind me a click of the iron gate
, and a rustle of female garments, and lo!
As he said the words, the cow came to the iron gate
and pushed her warm muzzle towards them, as if she felt the need of seeing human beings.
They passed through the iron gates
, which shut behind them with a click.
It is probable that we shall not hear of her again from this moment to the end of time, and that when the great filigree iron gates
are once closed on her, she and her awful sister will never issue therefrom into this little world of history.
With the night comes a slouching figure through the tunnel-court to the outside of the iron gate
. It holds the gate with its hands and looks in between the bars, stands looking in for a little while.
We looked down the whole vista, and saw it closed by iron gates
, and it could not have been more than a furlong in length."
The iron gate
attained and locked--but not before Durdles has tumbled twice, and cut an eyebrow open once--they descend into the crypt again, with the intent of issuing forth as they entered.
He was too prudent to say anything, with the journey home before him; and therefore turned to the iron gate
before which this brief dialogue had passed, and pulled the handle of the bell that hung beside it.
At last the chain of holes was complete, the lock wrenched out bodily, and a splendid bare arm plunged up to the shoulder through the aperture, and through the bars of the iron gate
A thick clump of trees and shrubs rose in the centre, and masked a portion of the front; around this shrubbery two alleys, like two arms, extended right and left, and formed a carriage-drive from the iron gates
to a double portico, on every step of which stood a porcelain vase.
The iron gates
and the frontdoor were not twenty yards asunder; they were all three soon in the hall, and Harriet immediately sinking into a chair fainted away.
He called to her softly, and she came through the little iron gates
from the rose gardens.