in vain, for his master was so bent on coming to quarters with these sheeted figures and releasing the lady in black that he did not hear a word; and even had he heard, he would not have turned back if the king had ordered him.
Some of our highest and ablest men, men of real genius, have during their earliest days laboured
under deviations as great as, or even greater than, forty-five minutes: and the loss of their precious lives would have been an irreparable injury to the State.
Though so profound a double-dealer, I was in no sense a hypocrite; both sides of me were in dead earnest; I was no more myself when I laid aside restraint and plunged in shame, than when I laboured
, in the eye of day, at the futherance of knowledge or the relief of sorrow and suffering.
He had avoided the name of any destination, for there was now quite a little band of railway folk about the cab, and he still kept an eye upon the court of justice, and laboured
to avoid concentric evidence.
He was just settling himself to begin when the clock struck six, whereupon he laboured
to get up, and said, "I must gang ageeanwards home now, miss.
I ceased my laboured
reasoning, struggled to my feet, and, standing over him, laid my hand on his shoulder.
So he wrote to Giovanni Fogliani that, having been away from home for many years, he wished to visit him and his city, and in some measure to look upon his patrimony; and although he had not laboured
to acquire anything except honour, yet, in order that the citizens should see he had not spent his time in vain, he desired to come honourably, so would be accompanied by one hundred horsemen, his friends and retainers; and he entreated Giovanni to arrange that he should be received honourably by the Fermians, all of which would be not only to his honour, but also to that of Giovanni himself, who had brought him up.
As when heaven sends a breeze to sailors who have long looked for one in vain, and have laboured
at their oars till they are faint with toil, even so welcome was the sight of these two heroes to the Trojans.
Though struck by the alteration in his demeanour, the excitement under which I laboured
was too strong to permit me to obey the unexpected command, and I was still limping towards the edge of the pi-pi with Kory-Kory clinging to one arm in his efforts to restrain me, when the natives around started to their feet, ranged themselves along the open front of the building, while Mehevi looked at me scowlingly, and reiterated his commands still more sternly.