Just then, whether it was the cold of the morning that was now approaching, or that he had eaten something laxative at supper, or that it was only natural (as is most likely), Sancho felt a desire to do what no one could do for him; but so great was the fear that had penetrated his heart, he dared not separate himself from his master by as much as the black of his nail; to escape
doing what he wanted was, however, also impossible; so what he did for peace's sake was to remove his right hand, which held the back of the saddle, and with it to untie gently and silently the running string which alone held up his breeches, so that on loosening it they at once fell down round his feet like fetters; he then raised his shirt as well as he could and bared his hind quarters, no slim ones.
Now, toward Jenssen she looked for friendship, and with the innocence of youth she threw herself upon his mercy, begging him to set her free, that she might return to Korak and her jungle life; but she was doomed to another disappointment, for the man only laughed at her roughly and told her that if she tried to escape
she would be punished by the very thing that he had just saved her from.
She could scarcely be a woman, and escape
the influence of this portion of the female frame.
To speak the truth, I had no especial relish for such amusement at any time, and, at that particular moment, would most willingly have declined it; for the night was coming on, and I felt much fatigued with the exercise already taken; but I saw no mode of escape
, and was fearful of disturbing my poor friend's equanimity by a refusal.
punishment was to escape
accusation; and few slaves had the fortune to do either, under the overseership of Mr.
Having made this proposal purely for the purpose of enabling Noel Vanstone to escape
to North Shingles at an hour in the morning when his housekeeper would be probably in bed, Captain Wragge left him to take the hint, if he could, as indirectly as it had been given.
John of Rampayne, an excellent juggler and minstrel, undertook to effect the escape
of one Audulf de Bracy, by presenting himself in disguise at the court of the king, where he was confined.
But since wishes could do me no good, I presently took courage and looked about me for a means of escape
Time is precious, and Crito has come early in order to gain his consent to a plan of escape
And now you are reported to have been plotting to escape
with another prisoner of another race; a prisoner who, from her own admission, half believes you are returned from the valley of Dor.
," said the Beast Folk, glancing furtively at one another.
Or even if they kept it permanently, they might not consider it necessary to guard it, and a chance of escape
might be afforded us.