A vast concourse
of people heard the oath, and shouted when it was taken.
The vast concourse
of people swung their hats and shouted--the windows and housetops in the wide vicinity burst into a snowstorm of waving handkerchiefs, and the wavers of the same mingled their cheers with those of the masses below.
It came on through the gate, then, catching sight of the vast concourse
of people, stopped stupidly, turned round, and bellowed.
On looking more closely, he perceived that the circle was much larger than was required simply for the purpose of getting warm at the king's fire, and that this concourse
of people had not been attracted solely by the beauty of the hundred fagots which were burning.
When some larger concourse
of men direct their activity to a common aim there is a yet sharper division of those who, because their activity is given to directing and commanding, take less less part in the direct work.
A child came bowling its hoop through the concourse
of birds, and Ralph threw his last crumbs of bread into the bushes with a snort of impatience.
Five minutes later the merchant was leading his slave to the public market, where a great concourse
of people filled the great open space in the centre of which stood the slave block.
Fortunately, there was a great concourse
of Mahars repairing to the shallow lake which lies a mile or more from the city.
I had seen such a concourse
of people once be-fore in the buried city of Phutra; I guessed, and rightly, that we were bound for the great arena where slaves who are condemned to death meet their end.
Near midday, as they were approaching the Thames near the environs of London, they saw a great concourse
of people hooting and jeering at a small party of gentlemen and gentlewomen.
Once inside the council-hut, for such it appeared to be, I found a large concourse
of warriors seated, or rather squatted, around the floor.
AN Ingenious Man who had built a flying-machine invited a great concourse
of people to see it go up.