We journeyed many days through the woods, till at length overcome with hunger and weariness, my friend lay down and besought me to leave him; for he knew that, if I remained, we both must perish; and, with but little hope of obtaining succor, I heaped a pillow of dry leaves beneath his head and hastened on.
It was remarkable that the latter, speaking his whole heart in his parting words, no longer endeavored to persuade the youth that even the speediest succor might avail to the preservation of his life.
Can you leave them, gentlemen, without at least rendering them the passive succor
which remaining here a few days longer might insure them?
Therefore I have come to beg your assistance," resumed the Scarecrow, "for I believe you are always glad to succor
the unfortunate and oppressed.
By now he should have reached the outposts of the Sarians, and we should at least hear the savage cries of the tribesmen as they swarmed to arms in answer to their king's appeal for succor
Some poor devil at the unknown other end might be in dire need of succor
I am very fortunate indeed to have stumbled so providentially upon succor
No human succor
could have availed her even had it been there to offer itself.
All the time the lifeboats has been pulling away from the danger of the sinking liner, and now, though I yelled at the top of my lungs, they either did not hear my appeals for help or else did not dare return to succor me.
And then I let my eyes drop once more to the face upon the water, and what I saw nearly tumbled me backward into the sea, for the eyes in the dead face had opened; the lips had parted; and one hand was raised toward me in a mute appeal for succor.
As the days had passed without bringing the longed-for succor
, hope that Jane Porter, Clayton, and Monsieur Thuran had been rescued began to die.
I often meditate upon this scene--the two of us, half-grown cubs, in the childhood of the race, and the one mastering his fear, beating down his selfish impulse of flight, in order to stand by and succor
and comfort you will find not in me, though I have come only to aid you if I can.
He has several times been compelled to owe obligations to the pecuniary succors
of other nations for the preservation of his essential interests, and is unable, upon the strength of his own resources, to sustain a long or continued war.
He was fighting in their defense—he knew that the mild principles of this little nation of practical Christians would be disregarded by their subtle and malignant enemies; and he felt the in jury the more deeply because he saw that the avowed object of the colonists, in withholding their succors
, would only have a tendency to expose his command, without preserving the peace.