And so he persuaded More
's father to send the boy to Oxford to study law.
In that memorable day, the 23d of April, they had, in fifteen hours, impelled by a rapid breeze, traversed a distance of more
than three hundred and fifteen miles.
She read the short reports he sent more
than she did your letters, and pinched me when I spoke of it, and likes brown eyes, and doesn't think John an ugly name, and she'll go and fall in love, and there's an end of peace and fun, and cozy times together.
But that only made his little final auditory more
compact and select, kept it, round the hearth, subject to a common thrill.
Next you said I warn't BAD, only mischeevous and harum-scarum, and not any more
responsible than -- than -- I think it was a colt, or something."
Such a voice could only come from a broad chest, and the broad chest belonged to a large-boned, muscular man nearly six feet high, with a back so flat and a head so well poised that when he drew himself up to take a more
distant survey of his work, he had the air of a soldier standing at ease.
She could not stand the poky little lodgings, and she missed her servant Abdullah more
than words could tell.
than a gill, I'm sure, and the Crooked Magician may measure it to suit himself.
Now, don't you begin to lecture; I've had enough of Archie's old-fashioned notions, and I don't want any more
It was at this time we heard each other's stories, which was the more
important to me, as I gained some knowledge of that wild Highland country on which I was so soon to land.
'They've found the gentleman as owns the box; two or three more
's a coming to 'dentify him; and the Artful's booked for a passage out,' replied Master Bates.
'Luckily for you, you have no more
occasion to do it than I had.'