For now that he think he is free
from every trace of us all, and that he has escaped us with so many hours to him, then his selfish child brain will whisper him to sleep.
Jim said we could take deck passage on a steamboat now, and the money would last us as far as we wanted to go in the free
Good heavens, gentlemen, what sort of free
will is left when we come to tabulation and arithmetic, when it will all be a case of twice two make four?
To explain the meaning of the appellation, free trapper, it is necessary to state the terms on which the men enlist in the service of the fur companies.
The free trappers are a more independent class; and in describing them, we shall do little more than transcribe the graphic description of them by Captain Bonneville.
These though generally included in the generic name of free trappers, have the more specific title of skin trappers.
He despised and hated them because they did not smell like the Free People, because they did not live in caves, and, above all, because they had hair between their toes while he and his friends were clean-footed.
Therefore I--" he raised his voice, "I say that when the dhole come, and if the dhole come, Mowgli and the Free People are of one skin for that hunting ; and I say, by the Bull that bought me--by the Bull Bagheera paid for me in the old days which ye of the Pack do not remember--I say, that the Trees and the River may hear and hold fast if I forget; I say that this my knife shall be as a tooth to the Pack--and I do not think it is so blunt.
But for YE, Free People, my word is that ye go north and eat but little for a while till the dhole are gone.
That is my own ring,' she exclaimed, 'and if that is so the man must also be here who is coming to set me free.
Then he dismounted and took her in his arms; and she kissed him, and said, 'Now you have indeed set me free, and tomorrow we will celebrate our marriage.
If we were going to do anything for Pellucidar we must be free to do it together.
The one thing within Pellucidar which might free Dian and me was gone, nor was it likely that I should ever learn its whereabouts.
For Raleigh promised, if he were set free, to seek once more the fabled Golden City, and this time he swore to find it and bring home treasure untold to his master the King.
So once more the imprisoned sea-bird was free, and gathering men and ships he set forth on his last voyage.