When night came again I found
, with pleasure, that the fire gave light as well as heat and that the discovery of this element was useful to me in my food, for I found
some of the offals that the travellers had left had been roasted, and tasted much more savoury than the berries I gathered from the trees.
I knew there were three barrels of powder in the ship, but knew not where our gunner had stowed them; but with much search I found
them, two of them dry and good, the third had taken water.
"With all my heart," said Don Quixote, and reading it aloud as Sancho had requested him, he found
it ran thus:
And at last, in one of the really air-tight cases, I found
a box of matches.
She would examine the Lord High Chigglewitz and see which piece of him was next needed, and then hunt around until she found
When I came to Pate, in hopes of meeting with my associate, I found
that he was gone to Mombaza, in hopes of receiving information.
As we ascended we found
the air grew cooler and cooler, which was a great relief to us, and at dawn, so far as we could judge, we were not more than about a dozen miles from the snow line.
With this end in view men and women who were fifty or seventy-five years old would often be found
in the night-school.
Accordingly, when he had finished his supper, they all went up together to his room and looked through his maps, but the castle was not to be found
. Then he fetched other older maps, and they went on looking for the castle until at last they found
it, but it was many thousand miles away.
Yes, I would find King Arthur's Round Table once more--I had already found
it several times--and use it for a base of departure on an exploring tour for my bed; if I could find my bed I could then find my water pitcher; I would quench my raging thirst and turn in.
That can only be found
in the green country around the Emerald City, and six-leaved clovers are very scarce, even there."
I chanced to come here after long wandering, and found
a good place to sleep under this tree.
Never yet have I found
the woman by whom I should like to have children, unless it be this woman whom I love: for I love thee, O Eternity!
The next morning we talked of it again, when I found
he was fully satisfied, and, smiling, said he hoped I would not want money and not tell him of it, and that I had promised him otherwise.
When they came there, and found
the men gone, Atkins, who it seems was the forwardest man, called out to his comrade, "Ha, Jack, here's the nest, but the birds are flown." They mused a while, to think what should be the occasion of their being gone abroad so soon, and suggested presently that the Spaniards had given them notice of it; and with that they shook hands, and swore to one another that they would be revenged of the Spaniards.