I have to be here at half-past three to take my drops: it's really no use trying to follow Bencomb's new treatment if I don't do it systematically; and if I join you later, of course I shall miss my drive." At the thought he laid down his knife and fork again, and a flush of anxiety rose to his finely-wrinkled cheek.
"And if Newland's afternoon is provided for perhaps May can drive you out with the ponies, and try their new russet harness."
"We've got to drive five miles across Missel Moor before we get to the Manor.
Mary felt as if the drive would never come to an end and that the wide, bleak moor was a wide expanse of black ocean through which she was passing on a strip of dry land.
With others Balaga bargained, charging twenty-five rubles for a two hours' drive, and rarely drove himself, generally letting his young men do so.
Drive all three to death but get me there in three hours.
You shall see how I'll get you along," he answered, not letting go the rein, when Levin begged him to let the coachman drive
. "No, I must atone for my sins, and I'm very comfortable on the box." And he drove.
I say further, and lay my saying to your heart--if Minerva sees fit to vouchsafe me the glory of killing both, stay your horses here and make the reins fast to the rim of the chariot; then be sure you spring Aeneas' horses and drive them from the Trojan to the Achaean ranks.
She protected him by covering him with a fold of her own fair garment, lest some Danaan should drive a spear into his breast and kill him.
I was at first inclined to seize my sword, draw it, and drive
it into his vitals, but I reflected that if I did we should all certainly be lost, for we should never be able to shift the stone which the monster had put in front of the door.
He found it situated, however, on a glass mountain, and looking up from the foot he saw the enchanted maiden drive
round her castle and then go inside.
As if expecting a protest, she continued plaintively; "If you're too busy with the hauling I presume you can let Jotham Powell drive
me over with the sorrel in time to ketch the train at the Flats."