a green open country came clean-limbed young men, some afoot, some mounted upon horses.
There was no longer the moon to guide her steps across
the familiar pathway to the cabin.
Our gentleman saw it all, and stepping quickly across
the street, said in a decided voice:
He had not followed Meriem because he knew from the direction from which she had come and in which she returned that wheresoever she had found an asylum it lay out across
the plains and not wishing to be discovered by the girl he had not cared to venture into the open after her.
Later I saw against the light of Woking station a number of black figures hurrying one after the other across
While Grandfather walked to and fro across
the room, the imaginative boy was gazing at the historic chair.
A great clamor now ensued, but the most clamorous was the party from across
the river, whose jealousy of their good name now prompted them to the most vociferous vindications of their innocence.
The expedition of Sir Alexander Mackenzie in 1793, across
the continent to the Pacific Ocean, which he reached in lat.
This very neat and spacious edifice is erected on the site of the little wicket gate, which formerly, as all old pilgrims will recollect, stood directly across
the highway, and, by its inconvenient narrowness, was a great obstruction to the traveller of liberal mind and expansive stomach The reader of John Bunyan will be glad to know that Christian's old friend Evangelist, who was accustomed to supply each pilgrim with a mystic roll, now presides at the ticket office.
He was walking across
the lawn toward the landing stage on the river, and still felt all around him, under the dome of golden evening, an Old World savor and reverberation in that riverhaunted garden.
They were all greatly pleased to see how easily he did it, and after the Scarecrow had got down from his back the Lion sprang across
the ditch again.
Fierce green warriors from the ocher sea bottoms of outer Mars had ridden their wild thoats across
the sacred gardens of the Temple of Issus, and Tars Tarkas, Jeddak of Thark, fiercest of them all, had sat upon the throne of Issus and ruled the First Born while the allies were deciding the conquered nation's fate.