At last I heard
steps outside, and the hostler who had put up the traveler's horse burst into the stable with a lantern, and began to untie the horses, and try to lead them out; but he seemed in such a hurry and so frightened himself that he frightened me still more.
poor Jane is ill!' which my mother, being on the watch, heard
distinctly, and was sadly alarmed at.
While she was thus running on, a violent knocking at the door interrupted their conversation, and prevented her from proceeding further, or from receiving any answer; for, as she concluded this was a visitor to Mr Allworthy, she hastily retired, taking with her her little girl, whose eyes were all over blubbered at the melancholy news she heard
of Jones, who used to call her his little wife, and not only gave her many playthings, but spent whole hours in playing with her himself.
Rostov could already see their faces and heard
the command: "Charge!" shouted by an officer who was urging his thoroughbred to full speed.
'which are sadder than ever since I have heard
of Lord Montbarry's death.
Little Christine asked her father if he had heard
the Angel of Music.
Having taken for granted that there was a foundation in truth for what she herself had heard
in her aunt's room, could she reasonably resist the conclusion that there must be a foundation in truth for what Mrs.
yells behind me, and I saw my brother run across the glade.
"Before I could get upon my feet and recover my gun, which seemed to have been struck from my hands, I heard
Morgan crying out as if in mortal agony, and mingling with his cries were such hoarse, savage sounds as one hears from fighting dogs.
When the reading of the report was over, people moved about, and Levin met Sviazhsky, who invited him very pressingly to come that evening to a meeting of the Society of Agriculture, where a celebrated lecture was to be delivered, and Stepan Arkadyevitch, who had only just come from the races, and many other acquaintances; and Levin heard
and uttered various criticisms on the meeting, on the new fantasia, and on a public trial.
Their room was next the Queen's, and often during the day they heard
the Queen talking.
Those persons who were walking outside the town, where the houses were farther apart, with gardens or little fields between them, could see the evening sky still better, and heard
the sound of the bell much more distinctly.