From with these hands, I laved
and decked your limbs
Finding that nothing would rouse Hugh now, or make him sensible for a moment, Barnaby dragged him along the grass, and laid him on a little heap of refuse hay and straw which had been his own bed; first having brought some water from a running stream hard by, and washed his wound, and laved
his hands and face.
Unconscious of that, and of most things, he had left the coat so, both when he had laved
his face in the river, and when he had cast himself upon the bed; though it would have been much easier to him if he had unloosened it.
There was a pool of clear water in the field, in which the child laved
her hands and face, and cooled her feet before setting forth to walk again.
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