Besides these things, I took all the men's clothes that I could find
, and a spare fore-topsail, a hammock, and some bedding; and with this I loaded my second raft, and brought them all safe on shore, to my very great comfort.
To which Sancho made answer, "Far better would it be not to look for him, for, if we find
him, and he happens to be the owner of the money, it is plain I must restore it; it would be better, therefore, that without taking this needless trouble, I should keep possession of it until in some other less meddlesome and officious way the real owner may be discovered; and perhaps that will be when I shall have spent it, and then the king will hold me harmless."
"If I could find
the mouth," she said, "this Fuddle might be able to talk, and tell us what to do next."
We had still some biltong left, but our stomachs turned from biltong, and besides, we were obliged to be very sparing of it, for we could not say when we should find
My mother sympathized with me in my disappointment, and sought to comfort me in all the ways she could, and to help me find
a way to learn.
The giant said, 'I will look on my map; on it are marked all the towns, villages, and houses.' So he fetched his map, and looked for the castle, but could not find
"We could not find
Korak," replied the man, "and as our way led near my douar I have brought you here to wait and rest with my wife until my men can find
your ape, or he finds
For such a prince cannot rely upon what he observes in quiet times, when citizens have need of the state, because then every one agrees with him; they all promise, and when death is far distant they all wish to die for him; but in troubled times, when the state has need of its citizens, then he finds
I thought I would feel along the wall and find
the door in that way.
He could not find
his handkerchief, because it was in the pocket of the coat he had taken off, and he did not know where he had put the coat, and all the house had to leave off looking for his tools, and start looking for his coat; while he would dance round and hinder them.
"It may be hard to find
the things I need to make this magic compound, but if they were found I could do in an instant what will otherwise take six long, weary years of stirring kettles with both hands and both feet."
This inscription would enable anyone who was wise enough to interpret it to find
out how the Dragon could be destroyed.