He had my head as in a vice, but I twined round him somehow, and stopped him for a moment, entreating
him not to beat me.
Well, here I am, proving at once that I am really neither the one nor the other, by entreating
you to keep your promise on that score.
At length the mantle was finished, and amid the gray threads shone golden ones, making it bright; and she sent it to the King, entreating
him to wear it, for it would bring peace and love to dwell within his breast.
Bennet was alone, than she likewise began on the subject, calling on Miss Lucas for her compassion, and entreating
her to persuade her friend Lizzy to comply with the wishes of all her family.
Messages were sent to the other governors of New England, and to New York and Pennsylvania, entreating
them to unite in this crusade against the French.
They saw at once by his manner that something unusual was in agitation; all their fears about the unsettled state of his mind were revived with tenfold force; they hung about him, entreating
him not to expose himself to the night air, but all in vain.
In a few moments the conference ended, and many of them ran down the path in the direction of the water, the rest surrounding Toby, and entreating
him to 'Moee', or sit down and rest himself.
The dogs came out at the well-known tones, and the slut jumped upon his person, whining and barking as if entreating
Oliver to release her from prison.
Here Fanny, who could not but listen, involuntarily shook her head, and Crawford was instantly by her side again, entreating
to know her meaning; and as Edmund perceived, by his drawing in a chair, and sitting down close by her, that it was to be a very thorough attack, that looks and undertones were to be well tried, he sank as quietly as possible into a corner, turned his back, and took up a newspaper, very sincerely wishing that dear little Fanny might be persuaded into explaining away that shake of the head to the satisfaction of her ardent lover; and as earnestly trying to bury every sound of the business from himself in murmurs of his own, over the various advertisements of "A most desirable Estate in South Wales"; "To Parents and Guardians"; and a "Capital season'd Hunter.
Now, this cabaret of the Image-de-Notre-Dame was not a very newly-built house, and therefore did not require much entreating
to take fire.
It interposed between all new resolutions and their fulfillment; it seemed like a stubborn ghost, dumbly entreating
to be laid.
Then came a stronger swell of those familiar tones, heard daily in the sunshine at Salem village, but never until now from a cloud of night There was one voice of a young woman, uttering lamentations, yet with an uncertain sorrow, and entreating
for some favor, which, perhaps, it would grieve her to obtain; and all the unseen multitude, both saints and sinners, seemed to encourage her onward.
And the silken sad uncertain rustling of each purple curtain Thrilled me -- filled me with fantastic terrors never felt before; So that now, to still the beating of my heart, I stood repeating "'Tis some visiter entreating
entrance at my chamber door -- Some late visiter entreating
entrance at my chamber door; -- This it is, and nothing more.
And the silken sad uncertain rustling of each purple curtain Thrilled me--filled me with fantastic terrors never felt before; So that now, to still the beating of my heart, I stood repeating "'Tis some visiter entreating
entrance at my chamber door-- Some late visiter entreating
entrance at my chamber door; This it is and nothing more.
To Newman Noggs he forwarded one half of the sum he had realised, entreating
him to take an opportunity of handing it to Kate in secret, and conveying to her the warmest assurances of his love and affection.