That they would be as quiet and contented here as elsewhere I was confident, nor was there but the remotest possibility that they would be discovered, as the green men had no great desire to enter these outlying buildings, which were frequented
by the only thing, I believe, which caused them the sensation of fear--the great white apes of Barsoom.
As long as it went through more frequented
waters, we often saw the hulls of shipwrecked vessels that were rotting in the depths, and deeper down cannons, bullets, anchors, chains, and a thousand other iron materials eaten up by rust.
All this portion of Bundelcund, which is little frequented
by travellers, is inhabited by a fanatical population, hardened in the most horrible practices of the Hindoo faith.
I do not think I have ever heard quite so much vile language come in a continuous stream from any man's lips before, though I have frequented
eccentric company enough.
The floor was made up of huge blocks of some very hard white metal, not plates nor slabs--blocks, and it was so much worn, as I judged by the going to and fro of past generations, as to be deeply channelled along the more frequented
As D'Artagnan so constantly frequented
the hotel, no difficulty was made in complying with his request, and a servant went to inform M.
The Rue Richelieu and the Rue Villedot were then, owing to their vicinity to the ramparts, less frequented
than any others in that direction, for the town was thinly inhabited thereabout.
The chair," proceeded Grandfather, "was now continually occupied by some of the high tories, as the king's friends were called, who frequented
the British Coffee House.
He now proceeded along Bear River, a stream much frequented
by trappers, intending to shape his course to Salmon River to rejoin Captain Bonneville.
Crimsworth, that gentleman, who himself frequented
no place of worship, and owned no God but Mammon, turned the information into a weapon of attack against the equability of my temper.
Further observation convinced us that it had been regularly frequented
, and, as we afterwards conjectured from particular indications, for the purpose of obtaining a certain root, from which the natives obtained a kind of ointment.
I went so far as to regret the loss of the animal, and to look about me, among the vile haunts which I now habitually frequented
, for another pet of the same species, and of somewhat similar appearance, with which to supply its place.