Winifred, therefore, hardly appreciated what was taking place until the car stopped abruptly, and the stupor of cold passed almost simultaneously with the stupor of anesthesia. But Voles had his larger plan now. With coolness and daring he might achieve it. All depended on the discretion of those left behind in Gateway House.
But as they ended their promenade, and started to go below, they almost brushed him in passing, and he heard the captain say, "Jack will be home soon, and he will " That was all Reynolds was able to overhear, and yet it was sufficient to cause him to stop so abruptly that he nearly collided with a man a few steps behind.
Why had she quitted the city so abruptly, and fled to her old home, leaving all the gayeties behind her which had so attracted and dazzled her? She had not betrayed herself at the third meeting with the young man who stood in such an extraordinary relation to her, who had actually given her life from his own breath, as when she met him for the second time.
It is also an exceedingly picturesque spot, the mountains rising abruptly from the sea, surrounded by a narrow strip of beach. Those who went on shore had also caught a large quantity of fish, of various sorts, as well as lobsters and crabs, which supplied all hands for several days.
"You know," I asked abruptly, "why I left England?" She thought through the briefest of pauses. "No," she decided at last. "I made love," I said, "to Lady Mary Justin, and we were found out. We couldn't go away together " "Why not?" she interjected. "It was impossible." For some moments neither of us spoke.
They had left the city abruptly, and he could not ascertain where they had gone. Thomas Harrison said to him, "Perhaps thou art not aware that thou hast a legal claim to thy freedom already; for I am a citizen of Pennsylvania, and the laws here do not allow any man to hold a slave."
"I know, William, I'm sorry," stammered the old man miserably. "Oh, I can let you have it all right, father, and glad to," assured William, still frowning. "It's only that just at this time I'm a little short, and " He stopped abruptly and thrust his hands into his pockets. "Hm-m," he vouchsafed after a minute.
I will not keep you out of bed ten minutes, and you and your wife may be present while I hold Rosalie in my arms. I know that she is in good hands, and I have no intention of taking her away. Please call Mrs. Crow." Anderson was too amazed to act at once. He began to flounder interrogatively, but the visitor abruptly checked him. "You are wasting time, Mr.
That very fact seemed to make the world less evil. "When will Mrs. Coombe be back?" he asked abruptly. Immediately the girl's frank look clouded. "I do not know," she said. "She hardly ever tells me when she is returning. She may be at home any day now. You know how impulsively she acts." "Yes just so." The minister's manner was absent.
The blade took him fair and square in the wind, and with a loud observation that sounded like "Ouch!" he sat down abruptly in the water. Before he could recover himself I was ten yards from the shore, sculling vigorously for the centre of the stream. I made no attempt to reach the Betty.