Carmack was still there, flashing his coarse gold
in the eyes of an unbelieving generation.
He didn't like the idea of going back to his hut in the wind and wet, so he just stepped as he was into the girl's room, laid the sack of gold
beside her, and was turning to leave the room, when his master confronted him and said, 'You young rogue, so you were going to steal the gold
that a good Fairy brings every night, were you?
At the cheerful tinkle of the gold
, the Fox unconsciously held out his paw that was supposed to be lame, and the Cat opened wide his two eyes till they looked like live coals, but he closed them again so quickly that Pinocchio did not notice.
King James listened with attention, and thought this a fine opportunity to fill his treasury with Spanish gold
As soon as she was alone that dwarf came in, and said, 'What will you give me to spin gold
for you this third time?
Thus, by all means that may be, they procure to have gold
and silver among them in reproach and infamy.
At the base of the "V," by the water's edge, he had found the gold
colors at the grass roots.
Jem could be found and made to restore the money: Marner did not want to punish him, but only to get back his gold
which had gone from him, and left his soul like a forlorn traveller on an unknown desert.
The man obeyed, and placed in my brother's hands a purse containing five hundred pieces of gold
He would have given much of the gold
before him for a little water--for he had to replace what had been thrown overboard when the negro was carried up into the air.
He drew a couple of gold
coins from his pocket and showed them to me as he spoke.
Damon said," he went on while arranging his papers, "he met me on the train, and he was so taken by the story of the idol of gold
that he agreed to accompany me to Central America.
Once upon a time there was a Miser who used to hide his gold
at the foot of a tree in his garden; but every week he used to go and dig it up and gloat over his gains.
A ROBBER who had plundered a Merchant of one thousand pieces of gold
was taken before the Cadi, who asked him if he had anything to say why he should not be decapitated.
His little dinners, in the settling of which Lord Henry always assisted him, were noted as much for the careful selection and placing of those invited, as for the exquisite taste shown in the decoration of the table, with its subtle symphonic arrangements of exotic flowers, and embroidered cloths, and antique plate of gold