I don't like your talking so to me, Horace. I only meant to do what was right." "I won't talk so any more, darling." "I don't think I have much of the eternal feminine about me, Horace." "Of course not, sweetheart." "I love you, anyway," Rose whispered, and put up her face to be kissed again, "and I didn't want to hurt you. I only wanted to do my duty." "Of course you did, sweetheart.
"Well, I should back the crocodile." "Why?" "Well, dear, the crocodile has great teeth and would eat the zebu." "But suppose the zebu came up when the crocodile was not looking and butted it." "Well, that would be one up for the zebu. But one butt wouldn't hurt a crocodile." "No, one wouldn't, would it? But the zebu would keep on. Crocodiles live on sand-banks, don't they?
Both English and French were indignant at being pent up by a foe they thoroughly despised, and were eager to be at the enemy. The casualties added to their wrath; one of the French officers had been killed, and another hurt seriously; while three of the English had also been wounded, though in each case but slightly.
Captain Ripley is so badly hurt that he is being taken to Boston to-night, and the crew go with him. But if there is interest to be roused in the fate of the last man left upon the wreck " "Oh, I am sure the neighbors will do everything in their power. And Lawford, too!" she cried. "The schooner is not likely to break up before morning.
"For he shall give his angels charge over thee: to keep thee In all thy ways. "They shall bear thee in their hands: that thou hurt not thy foot against a stone. "Thou shalt go upon the lion and adder: the young lion and the dragon shalt thou tread under thy feet. "Because He hath set His love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him up, because he hath known my name.
"Well, don't take my head off, Duke. I was sorry to hear you were hurt. And I've been trying to figure out how to make it easier for you to get to and from town while you are getting strong. Jeffries and I both feel there's been a lot of unnecessary hard feeling between the Morgans and the company, and we want to ask you to accept this to show some of it's ended."
Some wandering speculations relative to the fashion of the stranger's boots, got into Mr Willet's mind by some accident or other, but they got out again in a hurry, and left him in his former state. 'You would do well to speak, said the man; 'you may keep a whole skin, though you have nothing else left that can be hurt. Which way have the party gone?
"But they have been fighting this half-hour and more," said the doctor. "Yes, sir, but neither was hurt. And they're the sort of boys who'll be all the better friends now, which they wouldn't have been if they had been stopped any earlier before it was so equal." "Who was fighting with Brown?" said the doctor. "Williams, sir, of Thompson's.
I didn't mean to hurt you; I'm sorry. Then came the drayman out of the mill a nice, considerate, heart-warm, intelligent human being. Oh, yes! we humans know so much more than animals, don't we, fellows?
"Everybody gets hurt once or twice that way," said Gail placidly. "I might as well have the satisfaction of doing it as some other girl." She looked reflectively across at her week-end man, who was just now wrestling with his solo, and obviously wanted to get back to her. "Besides if you don't hurt you get hurt.... Oh, I was a good, sweet, unselfish, considerate young thing once.