Thirteen winters' revolving frosts had seen her opening every ball of credit which a scanty neighbourhood
afforded, and thirteen springs shewn their blossoms, as she travelled up to London with her father, for a few weeks' annual enjoyment of the great world.
He SAID he did not know that you lived in the neighbourhood
of Pangbourne, where the quaint little Swan Inn stands, must be as familiar to the HABITUES of the Art Exhibitions as it is to its own inhabitants.
Murray, of Horton Lodge, near O , about seventy miles from our village: a formidable distance to me, as I had never been above twenty miles from home in all the course of my twenty years' sojourn on earth; and as, moreover, every individual in that family and in the neighbourhood
was utterly unknown to myself and all my acquaintances.
Hargrave's being in the neighbourhood
, is that the fear of meeting him at the Grove prevents me from seeing his sister so often as I otherwise should; for, of late, he has conducted himself towards me with such unerring propriety, that I have almost forgotten his former conduct.
And those who care for the vague old stories that haunt country-sides all about England, will not, if they are wise, be content with only a few hours' stay; for, glorious as the view is, the neighbourhood is yet more interesting for its relics of bygone times.
We can hardly swallow Lawyer Smith's seven miles; but could the blowing of the stone have been a summons, a sort of sending the fiery cross round the neighbourhood in the old times?
acorns) which, in all times, had been gathered in that neighbourhood
Now that I am going to stay in the neighbourhood
for a few days, you must please remember that it is partly your responsibility.
I swear to you, by the earth which I inhabit, and by you that made me, that with the companion you bestow I will quit the neighbourhood
of man and dwell, as it may chance, in the most savage of places.
SABIN drew a little breath, partly of satisfaction because he had discovered the place he sought, and partly of disgust at the neighbourhood
in which he found himself.
Candy, in his turn, wanted to see me and say something to me, when I was next in the neighbourhood
They come back, accompanied by Count Fosco and his wife, who propose to settle somewhere in the neighbourhood
of London, and who have engaged to stay at Blackwater Park for the summer months before deciding on a place of residence.
The Paper Mill had stopped work for the night, and the paths and roads in its neighbourhood
were sprinkled with clusters of people going home from their day's labour in it.
I determined on retiring to some quiet, pretty neighbourhood
in the vicinity of London; I saw a house which exactly suited my fancy; I have taken it and furnished it.