And then he saluted me, and strode from the bridge, a martyr to loyalty and friendship, for, though no man might know that Lieutenant Jefferson Turck had taken his ship across thirty, every man aboard would know that the first officer had committed a crime that was punishable by both degradation and death.
He saluted, and left me, and for some time I stood, gazing out upon the angry waters, my mind filled with unhappy reflections upon the unjust fate that had overtaken me, and the sorrow and disgrace that I had unwittingly brought down upon my house.
The latter, who knew him by sight, saluted
and hesitated for a moment.
It was a good show, and as stately and complex as guard-mount and the trooping of the colors; and it had its own special music, composed for the occasion by the bandmaster of the Seventh; and the child was as serious as the most serious war-worn soldier of them all; and finally when they throned her upon the shoulder of the oldest veteran, and pronounced her "well and truly adopted," and the bands struck up and all saluted
and she saluted
in return, it was better and more moving than any kindred thing I have seen on the stage, because stage things are make-believe, but this was real and the players' hearts were in it.
As he had now arrived at the door of his own house, which adjoined the Palais de Justice, he entered, after having, coldly saluted
the shipowner, who stood, as if petrified, on the spot where Villefort had left him.
And hereupon he saluted Malicorne with great ceremony, whose handsome dress gave him the appearance of a prince.
Bragelonne approached the group of young men, and saluted them with that quiet and serious manner peculiar to him.
The young men saluted each other in a restrained manner.