My ears may be somewhat dulled by the water, and perchance what has been said has escaped me, but I have not yet heard this gentleman crave
pardon for the insults which he put upon me in the hall.
It was nearly in the heart of the town, yet by night it was as gruesome a place as the most dismal of human moods could crave
In less time than it takes to tell it, the worthy Bishop found himself a prisoner, and began to crave
mercy from the men he had so lately been ready to sentence.
said the barber; and then looking very steadfastly at Jones, he said, with great gravity, and with a seeming surprize, as if he had recollected a face he had seen before, "Sir, may I crave
the favour to know if your name is not Jones?
He told the boy all that he knew of his father's past life in the jungle and when he found that the boy had been kept in ignorance of all these things for so many years, and that he had been forbidden visiting the zoological gardens; that he had had to bind and gag his tutor to find an opportunity to come to the music hall and see Ajax, he guessed immediately the nature of the great fear that lay in the hearts of the boy's parents-- that he might crave
the jungle as his father had craved it.