And now, being a trifle choleric in his temperament, the lieutenant-governor uplifted the heavy hilt of his sword, wherewith he so beat and banged upon the door, that, as some of the bystanders
whispered, the racket might have disturbed the dead.
[to the girl] You be careful: give him a flower for it.
She caught up her basket as she spoke and was making an unsteady rush away from them, when the same bystander
checked her with his hand on her sleeve, and urged her to come with him and see the parish-doctor.
An awe that cannot be named would steal over you as you sat by the side of this waning savage, and saw as strange things in his face, as any beheld who were bystanders
when Zoroaster died.
Emotions of various sorts were all struggling together in the old man's face, and the two or three bystanders
were astounded when they saw the handsome, stately girl fling herself on Mr.
and passing onward, as if disdaining farther conference, he communed with his Moslem slaves in a language unknown to the bystanders
When Red Death released him at last, he ran away like a very madman, pursued by the jeers of the bystanders
I will do so very willingly," said Vivaldo; and as all the bystanders
were equally eager they gathered round him, and he, reading in a loud voice, found that it ran as follows.
After I had spoken to them about it, they began playing at "touch" in and out of the group of bystanders
On all occasions, the bystanders
listen with profound attention; and at the end of every sentence respond one word in unison, apparently equivalent to an amen.
The actors may be glad, but the bystanders
must be infinitely more thankful for a decision; and I do sincerely give you joy, madam, as well as Mrs.
What they wished to conceal from the bystanders
, was not their friendship, but their names.
At last, after a careful examination of the contents of the windows, made for the purpose of impressing the bystanders
with the notion that he is going in to purchase a diamond bracelet or some such trifle, he enters, trying to do so with a careless swagger, and giving himself really the air of a member of the swell mob.
We caught a glimpse of the handsome tessellated pavements within and of the devotees performing their ablutions at the fountains, but even that we took that glimpse was a thing not relished by the Moorish bystanders
One of the bystanders
interrupted him, saying: "Now, my good man, if this be all true there is no need of witnesses.