Then another cart came by at the same pace, but the occupant of the throne was not old like the others, but a man stalwart
and robust, and of a forbidding countenance, who as he came up said in a voice far hoarser and more devilish, "I am the enchanter Archelaus, the mortal enemy of Amadis of Gaul and all his kindred," and then passed on.
A moment of silence ensued, and then was heard the rustling of leaves and crackling of twigs like the coming of many men; and forth from the glade burst a score or two of stalwart
yeomen, all clad in Lincoln green, like Robin, with good Will Stutely and the widow's three sons at their head.
I'll sweep you into the water if you don't take the major and his two companions," cried the stalwart
grenadier, who swung his sabre, stopped the departure, and forced the men to stand closer in spite of furious outcries.
When first the Professor's eye had lit upon him, he had been angry at his interruption at such a time, but now, as he took in his stalwart
proportions and recognized the strong young manhood which seemed to emanate from him, his eyes gleamed.
After a fruitless struggle to get aboard a North-Western train at Chalk Farm--the engines of the trains that had loaded in the goods yard there PLOUGHED through shrieking people, and a dozen stalwart
men fought to keep the crowd from crushing the driver against his furnace--my brother emerged upon the Chalk Farm road, dodged across through a hurrying swarm of vehicles, and had the luck to be foremost in the sack of a cycle shop.
A rich uniform, half French, half Oriental, set off his graceful and stalwart
figure, and his broad chest was decorated with the order of the Legion of Honor.
Every one assented, and Ulysses girded his old rags about his loins, thus baring his stalwart
thighs, his broad chest and shoulders, and his mighty arms; but Minerva came up to him and made his limbs even stronger still.
And Athos sprang into the boat, which was immediately pushed off and which soon sped seawards under the efforts of four stalwart
There was something, he knew not what, either in his white brow, or in the fine expression of his mouth, or in his beautiful and tender eyes, that made him indistinctly feel as if he had seen this youth before; as if, indeed, he had trotted him on his knee when a baby, and had beheld him growing to be a stalwart
man, while he himself grew old.
The next day they made their appearance with all their effects; the man, a stalwart
mountaineer, with a peculiarly game look; the woman, a young Blackfoot beauty, arrayed in the trappings and trinketry of a free trapper's bride.
As he reached the foot of the slope, an elderly horseman, with his portmanteau strapped behind him, stopped his horse when Adam had passed him, and turned round to have another long look at the stalwart
workman in paper cap, leather breeches, and dark-blue worsted stockings.
She found him standing among the stalwart
heroes who had followed him from the banks of the Aesopus, so she went close up to him and said, "Brave son of Lycaon, will you do as I tell you?
After he retired from the Custom House, his tall, stalwart
figure could be seen almost daily tramping through the Fort George district or Central Park, his roving inclination leading him to obtain as much out-door life as possible.
Nioche appeared preoccupied, and left his budget of anecdotes unopened; he took a great deal of snuff, and sent certain oblique, appealing glances toward his stalwart
As he was endeavoring to settle himself again to his task, the shop door opened and gave admittance to no other than the stalwart
figure which Peter Hovenden had paused to admire, as seen amid the light and shadow of the blacksmith's shop.