She left the Park
again, and found herself in the streets without knowing where.
I turned back away from the park
and struck into Park
Road, intending to skirt the park
, went along under the shelter of the terraces, and got a view of this stationary, howling Martian from the direction of St.
Rushworth's account, who was partly expected at the Park
that day; but it was felt as a very grievous injury, and her good manners were severely taxed to conceal her vexation and anger till she reached home.
He had already realized, from the documents, that Prior's Park
had originally been something like Prior's Farm, named after some local figure, but the new social conditions were all against his tracing the story by its traditions.
The Grey Cottage, which stood entrenched, as it were, in a square of stiff, high thorn-hedges, was so close under the pines and palisades of the Park
that Kidd at first mistook it for the Park
After the smashing of the City Hall and Post-Office, the white flag had been hoisted from a tower of the old Park
Row building, and thither had gone Mayor O'Hagen, urged thither indeed by the terror-stricken property owners of lower New York, to negotiate the capitulation with Von Winterfeld.
Well, your mamma thinks you ought not to go beyond the park
or garden without some discreet, matronly person like me to accompany you, and keep off all intruders.
There are just two patches of it in the whole continent," said Phil, "one right here in the park
, and one somewhere else in Nova Scotia, I forget where.
You didn't--that is to say you didn't mention the Park
particularly," he admitted.
The time that I met him alone was on a bright, but not oppressively hot day, in the beginning of July: I had taken little Arthur into the wood that skirts the park
, and there seated him on the moss- cushioned roots of an old oak; and, having gathered a handful of bluebells and wild-roses, I was kneeling before him, and presenting them, one by one, to the grasp of his tiny fingers; enjoying the heavenly beauty of the flowers, through the medium of his smiling eyes: forgetting, for the moment, all my cares, laughing at his gleeful laughter, and delighting myself with his delight, - when a shadow suddenly eclipsed the little space of sunshine on the grass before us; and looking up, I beheld Walter Hargrave standing and gazing upon us.
But his horse turned in through the park
gate and began the old familiar nocturnal round.
Then he turned back still running, stopping only when he reached the park
gate, where he again consulted his watch and then put it away in his pocket, shrugging his shoulders with a gesture of discouragement.