An' there's a lot o' old wood
, but it made some new last year.
Also, there were copies of paintings and old wood
engravings from the magazines of a generation and more before.
He opened, as he spoke, a cupboard close to where he sat, and produced some miniature boxes, carved in a homely manner and made of old wood
And with us by the unequal light of the old wood
This venerated emblem was a pine-tree, which had preserved the slender grace of youth, while it equalled the loftiest height of the old wood
Bits of old wood
carvings from the pulpit, and panels from the chancel, and images from the organ-loft," said the clerk.
I should be the happiest fellow between Kentucky and the Rocky Mountains, if I had a snug cabin, near some old wood
that was filled with hollow trees, just such a hump every day as that for dinner, a load of fresh straw for hives, and little El--"
Morrel had indeed placed a cross over the spot, but it had fallen down and the grave-digger had burnt it, as he did all the old wood
in the churchyard.
Seth knew Turk Smollet, the half dangerous old wood
chopper whose peculiarities added so much of color to the life of the village.
The furniture was made of rare old woods
richly carved and covered with delicate satins, and the entire palace was lighted by a mysterious rosy glow that seemed to come from no particular place but flooded each apartment with its soft and pleasing radiance.
Hetty was not made unhappy; he almost believed that she liked him best; and the thought sometimes crossed his mind that the friendship which had once seemed dead for ever might revive in the days to come, and he would not have to say "good-bye" to the grand old woods
, but would like them better because they were Arthur's.
While on their way, they would make the dense old woods
, for miles around, reverberate with their wild songs, revealing at once the highest joy and the deepest sadness.