Not far from this village, perhaps about two miles, there is a little valley or rather lap of land among high hills
, which is one of the quietest places in the whole world.
The sound of a horse at a gallop came fast and furiously up the hill
I'm afraid," she said, "the song is as dangerous as the hill
After that he was taken off timber-hauling, and employed, with a few score other elephants who were trained to the business, in helping to catch wild elephants among the Garo hills
Be of good cheer, and lead the King to the hill
just outside the city walls.
The excitement among the hill
baboons was intense at sight of him.
Then the tall pinnacles of the Palace of Green Porcelain and the polished gleam of its walls came back to my memory; and in the evening, taking Weena like a child upon my shoulder, I went up the hills
towards the south-west.
I do not know what they knew of the things happening beyond the hill
, nor do I know if the silent houses I passed on my way were sleeping securely, or deserted and empty, or harassed and watching against the terror of the night.
I had joined the party, and had a moment's leisure to examine them before the echo of Ethan's blast returned from the hill
At last he saw the little black figure coming from between the grey houses and gradually approaching the foot of the hill
When I first came into the woods to live, I used to have weak spells when I felt lonesome: and then I would go into the Catskills, and spend a few days on that hill
to look at the ways of man; but it’s now many a year since I felt any such longings, and I am getting too old for rugged rocks.
Four scouts were seen crossing and recrossing each other at full gallop, on the summit of a hill
about two miles distant down the river.
They were subjects of a Hill
Rajah who farmed out their services, as is the custom, for his private gain; and, to add to their personal distresses, the strange Sahibs had already threatened them with rifles.
Then Purun Bhagat smiled, for he remembered that his mother was of Rajput Brahmin birth, from Kulu way--a Hill
-woman, always home-sick for the snows--and that the least touch of Hill
blood draws a man in the end back to where he belongs.
Sir Nathaniel, without speaking, led the way to the east, down the hill