"He'll not get out of this without suffering the penalty." Harris was sullen and silent. Frank spoke to him before he was led away. "Harris," he said, "you have brought destruction on yourself. I can't say that I arm sorry for you, for, by your persistent attacks on me, you have destroyed any sympathy I might have felt. You have ruined your own life." "No!" snarled Sport. "You are the one!
"I'll tell Rigby." "See here, my man, don't you go independent, or you will get into trouble." "I can't get into any trouble if Rigby is around." "My name is Rigby." "Can I see you alone?" "Anything you have to say can be spoken right out; we are all one company here." "That would not be according to instructions."
And I can't understand how anyone can be so I won't say CRUEL, because the word would be humiliating to myself, but we'll say childishly vain and revengeful, as to REPROACH me with this confession, and use it as a weapon against me. Don't be afraid, I'm not referring to yourself." Your motive must have been a very noble one all through.
Sunshine had been plentiful and hot this summer. As with trees, so with men's lives! 'I ought to live long, thought Jolyon; 'I'm getting mildewed for want of heat. If I can't work, I shall be off to Paris. But memory of Paris gave him no pleasure. Besides, how could he go? He must stay and see what Soames was going to do. 'I'm her trustee. I can't leave her unprotected, he thought.
Jimbo and Monkey felt slightly uncomfortable as they watched and listened, and the feeling became positive uneasiness the next minute as a sound of cries and banging reached them from the woods behind. There was a great commotion going on somewhere in the train. 'I can't get out, I can't get out! called a voice unhappily. 'And if I do, how shall I ever get in again?
"Come, come," he cried to the others; "you can't spend all night here. If you want to save the Kid, you've got to hurry. You take the front seat there, Barton," and, as he did so, George turned to the protesting Captain: "Shut up, curse you, and get in!" "I won't do it," rebelled the other. "I can't let you lay down your life in this way, when I made you come."
At every touch of the helm the vessel vibrated heavily. Eight bells struck. "Twelve o'clock," said Frank. "Time to eat." The bridge was turned over to the second officer, and Frank and Jack went below. "Eat is right, Frank," said Jack as they sat down. "We can't dine in this weather." It was true.
"Scudder introduced me to him, and he listened while we did the talking, but it was easy to see who was the man in the Conning Tower. Keating my boy!" Channing cried, sitting upright in his enthusiasm, "he's put a combination-lock on that harbor that can't be picked and it'll work whether Sampson's asleep in his berth, or fifteen miles away, or killed on the bridge.
The Chief turned his eyes quizzically upon the Englishman, who muttered a half-smothered cry of surprise. "It can't be how could the princess be with men such?" "Better there than sacrifice. Hunsa learned of this thing through listening beneath the wall of a tent at night while one Ajeet Singh spoke of it to the Gulab.
"I don't like her," said Irene bluntly. "But that doesn't alter the fact that she is my daughter and one of your school-fellows." "Well, I can't like her if I can't. You don't want me to be dishonest and tell lies, do you?" "No, but I want you to be courteous; and ill-feelings are always wrong, and can be mastered if we apply ourselves in the right spirit.