Well, he couldn't love us enough for it or be grateful enough, poor cuss; it was all he could do to keep
from hugging us.
The other and better course is to send colonies to one or two places, which may be as keys to that state, for it is necessary either to do this or else to keep
there a great number of cavalry and infantry.
He must do nothing to make this meeting their last; he must leave their future in her care, asking only that she should keep
fast hold of it.
"Of course we'll have to stay in the cabin," she said to Uncle Henry and the other passengers, "and keep
as quiet as possible until the storm is over.
Beth, comfort yourself with your music, and be faithful to the little home duties, and You Amy, help all you can, be obedient, and keep
happy safe at home."
"And let's have a Roll of Honour in Our Magazine," suggested Felix, "and every month we'll publish the names of those who keep
their resolutions perfect."
The greatest American hotels keep
a number of clerks and a cashier, and pay them salaries which mount up to a considerable total in the course of a year.
Assuming that the admiral was likely to keep
all his important documents within easy reach of his own hand, she might now feel certain that the Secret Trust was secured in one or other of the rooms in the north wing.
Soon the front end of the ship began to go down and down, faster and faster--till the boat looked almost as though it were standing on its head; and the pirates had to cling to the rails and the masts and the ropes and anything to keep
from sliding off.
"I cannot keep
her head for the stockade, sir," said I to the captain.
This must undoubtedly be submitted to the national government, and the matter would then be brought to this issue, that the national government, to provide against apprehended danger, might in the first instance raise troops, and might afterwards keep
them on foot as long as they supposed the peace or safety of the community was in any degree of jeopardy.
At length they had arrived to where the mountains increased in height, and came closer to the river, with perpendicular precipices, which rendered it impossible to keep
along the stream.