traveller


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The thing the Time Traveller held in his hand was a glittering metallic framework, scarcely larger than a small clock, and very delicately made.
The Time Traveller looked at us, and then at the mechanism.
This little affair,' said the Time Traveller, resting his elbows upon the table and pressing his hands together above the apparatus, `is only a model.
And I think,' said the artist traveller, 'I have seen one of them before.
And then,' said the insinuating traveller, 'for the scratching dogs and the buried children, according to the pictures
The artist traveller struck in again before an answer could be given.
The person whom the traveller had so abruptly encountered was of this kind: bluff, hale, hearty, and in a green old age: at peace with himself, and evidently disposed to be so with all the world.
He is not hurt,' said the traveller at length, raising his head and the lantern together.
I have not gained the information from any confidence of yours, but from the inscription on your cart which tells it to all the town,' replied the traveller.
Still mindful of the slur that had been cast on one of his best bedchambers, the manager took occasion to ask the travellers the next morning how they liked their room.
English travellers, well acquainted with the peerage of their native country, informed him that Henry Westwick and Mrs.
They were hailed by the travellers with that joy with which a beacon on a seashore is hailed by mariners after a long and dangerous voyage.
The travellers continued their course to the south of west for about forty miles, through a region so elevated that patches of snow lay on the highest summits and on the northern declivities.
The travellers were now entering one of those great steppes of the Far West, where the prevalent aridity of the atmosphere renders the country unfit for cultivation.
In the course of a day or two more, the travellers entered that wild and broken tract of the Crow country called the Black Hills, and here their journey became toilsome in the extreme.