Twice he had seen it from his window, by the light of the moon and had risen and followed
the strange apparition.
Here he took up the spoor of the Belgian, followed
it across the clearing, over the palisade, and out into the dark jungle beyond.
When he had fully assured himself that the other guardsmen were not listening, he asked me why I had not followed
the rope, and when I told him that it had ended at the five corridors he said that it must have been cut by someone in need of a piece of rope, for he was sure that "the stupid Kadabrans would never have guessed its purpose."
And just that night I was not followed
! I walked across Regent's Park, and I dawdled on Primrose Hill, without the least result.
All became silent and turned to look at the pale tear-worn Anna Mikhaylovna as she entered, and at the big stout figure of Pierre who, hanging his head, meekly followed her.
The eldest princess followed him, and the priests and deacons and some servants also went in at the door.
They did not know that this awful chamber lay just before them, or it were doubtful that they would have proceeded farther; but they saw that those they sought had come this way and so they followed, but within the gloomy interior of the chamber they halted, the three chiefs urging their followers, in low whispers, to close in behind them, and there just within the entrance they stood until, their eyes becoming accustomed to the dim light, one of them pointed suddenly to the thing lying upon the floor with one foot tangled in the coverings of the dais.
we are in the forbidden chamber." Simultaneously there came from behind the hangings beyond the grewsome dead a hollow moan followed by a piercing scream, and the hangings shook and bellied before their eyes.
And some in dreams assured were Of the spirit that plagued us so: Nine fathom deep he had followed
us From the land of mist and snow.
And, with that end in view, had he followed
the woman, on her return to her master's place of abode?
We were each attached to a party sent out by the general's orders to prevent the plunder and confusion which followed
The reader cannot but have recognized in Jacob our old friend, or rather enemy, Isaac Boxtel, and has guessed, no doubt, that this worthy had followed
from the Buytenhof to Loewestein the object of his love and the object of his hatred, -- the black tulip and Cornelius van Baerle.