The sledge slid along in the midst of a plaintively intense melody.
He remembered that it was the detective who procured the sledge, the only means of reaching Omaha in time; but, checked by some presentiment, he kept his usual reserve.
Something happened to the hindmost sledge: the driver lost control-- he was probably very drunk--the horses left the road, the sledge was caught in a clump of trees, and overturned.
The only sledge left out of six was not very far behind them, and Pavel's middle horse was failing.
Suddenly they flew on one side; the large sledge stopped, and the person who drove rose up.
And she put him in the sledge beside her, wrapped the fur round him, and he felt as though he were sinking in a snow-wreath.
said Nikita, pressing down into the sledge the freshly threshed oat straw the cook's husband had brought.
said Nikita, and stopping the sledge he picked up the master's pale thin little son, radiant with joy, and drove out into the road.
At four o'clock, conscious of his throbbing heart, Levin stepped out of a hired sledge
at the Zoological Gardens, and turned along the path to the frozen mounds and the skating ground, knowing that he would certainly find her there, as he had seen the Shtcherbatskys' carriage at the entrance.
He fell asleep at once, and in his light slumber he seemed to hear the tinkling of sledge bells.
She took a seat in the sledge, and did not utter a word all the way home.
Then I fancy we have seen him, for the day before we picked you up we saw some dogs drawing a sledge, with a man in it, across the ice.
He manifested the greatest eagerness to be upon deck to watch for the sledge which had before appeared; but I have persuaded him to remain in the cabin, for he is far too weak to sustain the rawness of the atmosphere.
Then she called to her husband: 'Old man, yoke the horses at once into the sledge
, and take my daughter to the same field and leave her on the same spot exactly; 'and so the old man took the girl and left her beneath the same tree where he had parted from his daughter.
Denis's commercial instinct compelled him to aver on oath that what Eady's store could not produce would never be found at the widow Homan's; but Ethan, heedless of this boast, had already climbed to the sledge
and was driving on to the rival establishment.