He put the whip back in its socket, took his foot from the dashboard, pushed his hat back, blew his quid of tobacco into the road, and having thus cleared his mental decks for action, he took his first good look at the passenger
, a look which she met with a grave, childlike stare of friendly curiosity.
Our booked passenger
showed in a moment that it was his name.
turned his face away, at the same time putting out his two fingers and crossing himself.
She brought an unusual number of passengers
, some of whom remained on deck to scan the picturesque panorama of the town, while the greater part disembarked in the boats, and landed on the quay.
Some of the passengers
were of opinion that this firing came from Shoeburyness, until it was noticed that it was growing louder.
Foot-it-to-heaven, "has refused, and will ever refuse, to grant an act of incorporation for this railroad; and unless that be obtained, no passenger
can ever hope to enter his dominions.
Furthermore, it was suggested that although the ship's library would afford a fair amount of reading matter, it would still be well if each passenger
would provide himself with a few guidebooks, a Bible, and some standard works of travel.
Douglass was travelling in the state of Pennsylvania, and was forced, on account of his colour, to ride in the baggage-car, in spite of the fact that he had paid the same price for his passage that the other passengers
I am a saloon passenger
on board your ship, although my name does not appear in the list.
The next passenger
who got up and placed himself by my side was a florid, excitable, confused-looking gentleman, excessively talkative and familiar.
Having finished my business, and feeling the lassitude and exhaustion incident to its dispatch, I felt that a protracted sea voyage would be both agreeable and beneficial, so instead of embarking for my return on one of the many fine passenger
steamers I booked for New York on the sailing vessel Morrow, upon which I had shipped a large and valuable invoice of the goods I had bought.
Barbicane, with arms crossed, looked fixedly at the passenger
of the Atlanta.
The truant passenger
dodged a hansom and then floated past, like a leaf on a stream between a furniture van and a florist's delivery wagon.
At last the passenger
carriages rolled in, oscillating before coming to a standstill.
Crisparkle could hardly see anything else of it for a large outside passenger
seated on the box, with his elbows squared, and his hands on his knees, compressing the driver into a most uncomfortably small compass, and glowering about him with a strongly-marked face.