And I heard her calling to me with her mother's voice across the sea
Later still, when the Saxons came, the Britons were driven by degrees into the mountains of Wales and the wilds of Cornwall, while others fled again across the sea
I am going to sit here," he went on, " and I am going to look across the sea
In botanical works, this or that plant is stated to be ill adapted for wide dissemination; but for transport across the sea
, the greater or less facilities may be said to be almost wholly unknown.
have a little less of "hands across the sea
," and a little more of
At length he came to the crest of the hill and looked out across the sea
On Tuesday the little party, still set upon getting across the sea
, made its way through the swarming country towards Colchester.
It was not the finger of Jim Hawkins she now saw beckoning me across the seas
, it was John Silver, waving a crutch.
Then," he continued, in the short sharp voice of one accustomed to be obeyed, "Tinker Bell will take you across the sea
Then there was the path of the Mary Turner across the sea
And now arose a struggle so fell, so long, so evenly sustained, that even now the memory of it is handed down amongst the Cantabrian mountaineers and the ill-omened knoll is still pointed out by fathers to their children as the "Altura de los Inglesos," where the men from across the sea
fought the great fight with the knights of the south.
But Van Horn took no notice, continuing to stare out across the sea
I bring my Love this goodly pearl Across the seas
,' he said:
So up they went, through foam and spray, till on the beach, where the fresh winds played among her falling hair, and the waves broke sparkling at her feet, the lonely mother still stood, gazing wistfully across the sea