I had no intention of fighting to-day, sir; I was charged
, indeed, with a mission to the cardinal and had set out for Rueil, when, seeing Monsieur de Chatillon charge, an invincible desire possessed me to charge at his side.
With outstretched tail and foaming jaws it charged
straight as an arrow, for the body of the thoat and the mighty creature of destruction that stood with forepaws upon the slate-grey side, waiting to defend its meat.
The first intimation the black man had that he was in danger was the crash of twigs as Numa charged
through the bushes into the game trail not twenty yards behind him.
If, therefore, Cornelius de Witt is a bad citizen, -- of which there can be no doubt, as he is charged
with high treason, and arrested, -- his accomplice, Cornelius van Baerle, is no less a bad citizen than himself.
Half a mile away, the whale circled about sharply and charged back.
Again wheeling, this time at no more than two hundred yards, the whale charged back, not completing her semi-circle sufficiently, so that she bore down upon the schooner's bow from starboard.
And then the capitalists, controlling the legislative and judicial machinery of the state of Colorado, charged the miners with the crime and came very near to convicting them.
The crime, at the time, was openly charged to the mine owners by the socialists and miners.
But the smell of blood decided him, and he charged a capador, so without warning that the man just escaped.
But he charged always the flung capes and committed no harm.
Simultaneously Buto, the rhinoceros, scrambled to his short legs and charged furiously.
Accident started him in the direction of the ape-man, and then his weak eyes discerned the enemy, and with a series of snorts he charged straight for him.
Ready for lightning in its dark bosom, and for the redeeming flash of light, charged
with lightnings which say Yea
The case was plain and could not be denied, so the constable was charged
with the right thief, and the mercer told me very civilly he was sorry for the mistake, and hoped I would not take it ill; that they had so many things of this nature put upon them every day, that they could not be blamed for being very sharp in doing themselves justice.
Fang, throwing the paper on one side, 'what's this fellow charged