Finding that he could scrape away no more in that direction, he now sought to deepen the hollows already made. In doing so he got hold of a brick, which he wrenched out with a desperate effort. The result was instantaneous relief, for he seemed to subside, not much, indeed, but sufficiently to permit of his breathing freely.
He waited for his last moment with great tranquillity, and his only care was to recommend the ministers and other lords of his son's court to remain faithful to him: and there was not one but willingly renewed his oath as freely as at first.
Only what I believed was for their happiness let them marry. And as Philip had always lived freely, and spent as he made, I lent him my hoard to buy the furniture. "Then they were married, and for a while all went well. They had a little boy, and I stood sponsor for him and named him Camille, in remembrance of his mother. It was a little after the birth of the baby that Philip began to go wrong.
And then life life would be the wonder it so perplexingly just isn't.... Benham did not go about the world telling people of this consuming research. He was not the prophet or preacher of his idea. It was too living and intricate and uncertain a part of him to speak freely about. It was his secret self; to expose it casually would have shamed him.
"It wasn't everywhere," she said, "that she saw such thick cream as rose to the tops of Mrs. Parlin's pans." She poured it freely over the strawberries and into her own tea, which it made so delicious that she drank three cups.
"As much business as you have," said Tom stoutly, for the lad's manner made his blood begin to flow more freely. "No, you 'ain't; you're only a stranger, and just come." "Anybody must have a right to come through here so long as he isn't poaching." The lad gave a sharp look round, and then turned menacingly to Tom, with his fist doubled, and thrust his face forward.
One gets quite used to walking about freely in this light, going out in front of the parapet and having a look round. The only time that really makes one apprehensive is when some gang of men or other turn up from way back somewhere, and have come to assist in some operation near the enemy.
Wolves, she would have said, had she spoken out her mind freely. "Oh, mother, he is not like that." The daughter contrived to extract a promise from the mother that Hetta should not be told just at present. Mrs. Bell calculated that she had six weeks before her; as yet Mr.
"You are a most singular person," said the young lady. "What is your object in all this?" "Not to trouble you about it," he replied, very gently. "Only to arm myself with knowledge enough to help you, if ever you freely ask my help." "But why should I need help?" He continued his dreamy monologue.
Commissions in the new army were offered freely to non-commissioned officers of the Canadian Army, and each battalion gave from ten to twenty of their best. These young men subsequently acquitted themselves with much credit. One of mine won his Military Cross at the Dardanelles. One of the most difficult things we had to cope with was discipline.