It was growing late, and it behooved
us to make exertion, that we might get every thing housed before daylight.
A war party, three hundred strong, were prowling in the neighborhood; others might be met with higher up the river; it behooved
the travellers, therefore, to be upon their guard against robbery or surprise, for an Indian war-party on the march is prone to acts of outrage.
Next morning the crier went through the stare proclaiming that there was a log-jam on the river and that it behooved
all loyal subjects to clear it.
Juliana's desire to make our acquaintance lucrative had been, as I have sufficiently indicated, a false note in my image of the woman who had inspired a great poet with immortal lines; but I may say here definitely that I recognized after all that it behooved
me to make a large allowance for her.
So the next day they all wended their way from Sherwood Forest, but by different paths, for it behooved
them to be very crafty; so the band separated into parties of twos and threes, which were all to meet again in a tangled dell that lay near to Nottingham Town.
They were alike, however, in believing that it behooved
them to take in hand the repair and reconstruction of the fabric of England.