And some,'' said Wamba, ``have been wise enough to reward
themselves; they do not march off empty-handed altogether.
One was fighting for his life; the other for a reward
and the King's favor.
And now have I brought another gift from Fairy-Land, as a fit reward
for you, dear child," she said, when Annie had told all her gratitude and love; then, touching the child with her shining wand, the Fairy bid her look and listen silently.
Zat Arras knew better than to interfere with such a sentiment as was expressed that day in the Temple of Reward
, and so for two hours I talked with the people of Helium.
Had Tarzan chanced to recall the fact that a princely reward
had been offered the blacks if they should succeed in killing him, he might have more quickly interpreted M'ganwazam's sudden change in front.
Instantly the call "to arms" and "mount" sounded through the camp; and in five minutes a hundred mercenaries galloped rapidly toward the castle of Richard de Tany, in the visions of their captain a great reward
and honor and preferment for the capture of the mighty outlaw who was now almost within his clutches.
There wasn't a word about any reward
," Inspector Jacks was told, "until this morning.
If you or the Baron attempts to hurry me out of this world, or to deprive me of my thousand pounds reward
, I shall tell the doctor where he will find a few lines of writing, which describe your ladyship's plot.
JUPITER ISSUED a proclamation to all the beasts of the forest and promised a royal reward
to the one whose offspring should be deemed the handsomest.
In it the poet invokes Athena to protect certain potters and their craft, if they will, according to promise, give him a reward
for his song; if they prove false, malignant gnomes are invoked to wreck the kiln and hurt the potters.
And would you not recognize a third class, such as gymnastic, and the care of the sick, and the physician's art; also the various ways of money-making--these do us good but we regard them as disagreeable; and no one would choose them for their own sakes, but only for the sake of some reward
or result which flows from them?
This is my reward
for taking his part so often, when all the country have cried shame of him, for breeding up his bastard in that manner; but he is going now where he must pay for all.
Ye want reward
for virtue, and heaven for earth, and eternity for your to-day?
And secondly, it's not the reward
that's precious, but the work itself.
One hundred dollars reward
, for a negro fellow, Pompey, 40 years old.