At nightfall, once in the olden
time, on the rugged side of one of the Crystal Hills, a party of adventurers were refreshing themselves, after a toilsome and fruitless quest for the Great Carbuncle.
The whole country through which he passed bore evidence of volcanic convulsions and conflagrations in the olden
I felt an irresistible curiosity to see those islands which the olden
voyagers had so glowingly described.
I marvel that you should be satisfied with so scanty a provision of gentility in the olden
At the time I was walking in the public gardens, and meditating upon the fact that not only had I still some fifty olden
in my possession, but also I had fully paid up my hotel bill three days ago.
Dorcas, in the simplicity of the olden
time, watched by the bedside of her wounded lover, and administered all those comforts that are in the sole gift of woman's heart and hand.
Banners yellow, glorious, golden, On its roof did float and flow,(This -- all this -- was in the olden
Time long ago,) And every gentle air that dallied, In that sweet day, Along the ramparts plumed and pallid, A winged odour went away.
It evidently had traveled with Juliana in the olden
time-- in the days of her adventures, which it had shared.
All of them were your persecutors in the olden
Here is a crumbling wall that was old when Columbus discovered America; was old when Peter the Hermit roused the knightly men of the Middle Ages to arm for the first Crusade; was old when Charlemagne and his paladins beleaguered enchanted castles and battled with giants and genii in the fabled days of the olden
time; was old when Christ and his disciples walked the earth; stood where it stands today when the lips of Memnon were vocal and men bought and sold in the streets of ancient Thebes!
1] Adam Bell, Clym o' the Clough, and William of Cloudesly were three noted north-country bowmen whose names have been celebrated in many ballads of the olden
Among the legends of Opar were tales of godlike men of the olden
time and of black men who had come more recently; but these latter had been enemies who killed and robbed.
He saw few animals and no men, until he finally came to the belief that he had fallen upon that fabled area of ancient Barsoom which lay under the curse of her olden
gods--the once rich and fertile country whose people in their pride and arrogance had denied the deities, and whose punishment had been extermination.
In spirit she was roaming olden
ways, with feet grown young.
if I succeed in giving it the odour of the rose or the carnation, or, what would be still better, a completely new scent; if I restored to this queen of flowers its natural distinctive perfume, which she has lost in passing from her Eastern to her European throne, and which she must have in the Indian peninsula at Goa, Bombay, and Madras, and especially in that island which in olden
times, as is asserted, was the terrestrial paradise, and which is called Ceylon, -- oh, what glory