Clifford sat at the window with Hepzibah, watching the neighbors as they stepped into the street
Even the most degraded woman can walk our streets
unmolested, her sex and her weakness being her sufficient protection.
The nearer it got to noon that day the thicker and thicker was the wagons and horses in the streets
, and more coming all the time.
The people immediately behind Madame Defarge, explaining the cause of her satisfaction to those behind them, and those again explaining to others, and those to others, the neighbouring streets
resounded with the clapping of hands.
As Sindbad was relating his adventures chiefly on account of the porter, he ordered, before beginning his tale, that the burden which had been left in the street
should be carried by some of his own servants to the place for which Hindbad had set out at first, while he remained to listen to the story.
No sir, I make it a rule of mine: the more it looks like Queer Street
, the less I ask.
From his exalted position Passepartout observed with much curiosity the wide streets
, the low, evenly ranged houses, the Anglo-Saxon Gothic churches, the great docks, the palatial wooden and brick warehouses, the numerous conveyances, omnibuses, horse-cars, and upon the side-walks, not only Americans and Europeans, but Chinese and Indians.
At all the street
corners groups of people were reading papers, talking excitedly, or staring at these unusual Sunday visitors.
And the mercenary soldiers, waiting but the word to deluge the street
with blood, showed the only means by which obedience could be secured.
Some such expressions as these, either shouted aloud or muttered under the breath, were doubtless heard in King Street
It looked just like an American city; fine, broad streets
, and straight as well; low houses,
So he dropped his head, began to count the paving-stones, and to follow the young girl at a little greater distance, when, at the turn of a street
, which had caused him to lose sight of her, he heard her utter a piercing cry.
Harris, the man he had sat next to at dinner, offered to take him over to Harrington Street
to show him where he was to sleep.
Below, every point of vantage bristled with spectators, the roofs of the towering buildings, the public squares, the active ferry boats, and every favourable street
intersection had its crowds: all the river piers were dense with people, the Battery Park was solid black with east-side population, and every position of advantage in Central Park and along Riverside Drive had its peculiar and characteristic assembly from the adjacent streets
Half the street
was in shadow, the other half brightly lit by the sun.