The steamboats skimming along
under the stupendous precipices were diminished by distance to the daintiest little toys, the sailboats and rowboats to shallops proper for fairies that keep house in the cups of lilies and ride to court on the backs of bumblebees.
But by and by along
comes another one, and this time I won.
He was poking along
through his ups and downs, and when he come to that place he went right along
It was visible in the calm and well-considered beneficence of his daily life, the quiet stream of which had made a wide green margin all along
Having quenched their burning thirst, and refreshed themselves and their weary horses for a time, they kept along
this stream, which gradually increased in size, being fed by numerous brooks.
His eye soon detected a distant group, which he knew to be the right one, returning to the house along
the broad gravel road, and he hastened on to meet them.
Under these we were obliged to crawl on our hands and feet, sliding along
the oozy surface of the rocks, or slipping into the deep pools, and with scarce light enough to guide us.
Instead of making casual voyages, in transient ships, they established regular trading houses in the high latitudes, along
the northwest coast of America, and upon the chain of the Aleutian Islands between Kamtschatka and the promontory of Alaska.
Instead of a lonely and ragged man with a huge burden on his back, plodding along
sorrowfully on foot while the whole city hooted after him, here were parties of the first gentry and most respectable people in the neighborhood setting forth towards the Celestial City as cheerfully as if the pilgrimage were merely a summer tour.
The best plan will be to walk along
the riverbank until we come to the road again," remarked the Lion.
From Gibraltar, running along
the coasts of Spain and France, Marseilles will be reached in three days.
The day was warm and the dusty road was bare of travelers, except an aged palmer who walked slowly along
the highroad that led close beside the gray castle wall of Nottingham Town.
His hussars were placed along
the line in couples and he himself rode along
the line trying to master the sleepiness that kept coming over him.
one broad avenue and then another he strode briskly until he had passed beyond the district of the nobles and had come to the place of shops.
It was Turan's hope to find upon the north side of the city away from the hills a level plain where grew the crops of the inhabitants, and here too water from their irrigating system, but though he traveled far along
that seemingly interminable wall he found no fields nor any water.