Make your camels lie down in this open space," he said, "so that we can easily load them; then we will go to the treasure.
At length the camels were loaded with as much as they could carry, and nothing remained but to seal up the treasure, and go our ways.
The whole value of the recovered treasure, plate, bullion, precious stones, and all, was estimated at more than two millions of dollars.
Well they might rejoice; for they took by far the greater part of the treasure to themselves.
I have another treasure
here which I must not lose, but I can arrange that it will still be here when I return for it, and then Barunda's uncle can come back with me to assist me if assistance is needed.
is hidden in--' At this instant a horrible change came over his expression; his eyes stared wildly, his jaw dropped, and he yelled, in a voice which I can never forget,
A moment later he stood within the treasure
chamber, where, ages since, long-dead hands had ranged the lofty rows of precious ingots for the rulers of that great continent which now lies submerged beneath the waters of the Atlantic.
Just as they're getting near to where the treasure
ain't, a little accident like the loss of their water-supply sends them into port and out again to start hunting all over.
We pressed in after him, forgetful for the moment of the bag of diamonds, and found ourselves in King Solomon's treasure
His letter described the island minutely, as well as the location of the treasure
, and was accompanied by the crudest, funniest little old map you ever saw; with trees and rocks all marked by scrawly X's to show the exact spot where the treasure
had been buried.
To-morrow, at sunrise," he repeated, taking his lamp to retire to bed, "I'll see whether this treasure
be hid in the wall of the garret.
The King's Treasure
needs a new Warden, he said gravely.
My dear sir, the government is rich and does not want your treasures
," replied the inspector; "keep them until you are liberated.
An inhabitant of Bagdad, Asiatic Turkey, meets with a dervish, or Turkish monk, who presents him with a vast treasure
and with a box of magic ointment, which, applied to the left eye, enables one to see the treasures
in the bosom of the earth, but on touching the right eye, causes blindness.
Without fear of any further danger, he packed up all the treasures
of the castle into great chests, and gave his brothers a signal to pull them up out of the abyss.