She was saving my life, and she had it in her power, by the mere speaking of a word, to betray me to those who would take the papers from me by force. Without a word I took them from an inner pocket, and gave them to her. The red lips smiled, the blue eyes brightening. "Tonepah shall leave within the hour," she promised, thrusting the small packet into the bosom of her dress.
They sat together at the window, and meanwhile in the inner end of the room a lonely lady made shameful love. "Oh, Sim!" she whispered, sitting beside him on the couch and placing the candlestick on a table behind them; "this is just like old times the dear darling old times, isn't it?"
In this respect they were not one whit less human than we. They were clothed in a sort of tunic of light cloth which reached to the knees. Beneath this they wore only a loin cloth of the same material, while their feet were shod with thick hide of some mammoth creature of this inner world.
Just as a common precaution, they would guard the doors if the Junta met there, or they would have men stationed on the stairs; that he would not be able to get up without giving the alarm he knew as well as though he had tried and failed. His thoughts went to that hidden, inner office where he had found the pamphlets and the writing that pointed to Helen May as one of the band.
Then write to your family, and tell them to remit the amount to the banker." An inner voice seemed to suggest du Croisier's name in this predicament. He had seen du Croisier on his knees to the aristocracy, and of the man's real disposition he was entirely ignorant.
Anyway, a guide-book is the expression of some one else's opinion or experience, and as such is harmful to the soul as likely to exert undue influence. From your terrace you take in a more or less comprehensive view of the city and its surroundings, and also form some conception of its inner meaning.
I do not think that they come far south or from the inner Desert, for they could not be bred in regions of desolation, where there is no green thing. Yet these flights were from the south of Ghadames, and at any rate they are bred in the Saharan districts, from the banks of the Nile to the shores of the Atlantic. The world is full of impostors.
This breach is in 35. degr. and a halfe, and lyeth at the very Northeast point of Croatoan, whereas goeth a fret out of the maine Sea into the inner waters, which part the Ilandes and the maine land.
For want of that ardent inner curiosity which is the only true foundation for the appreciation of beauty for beauty is inward, not outward we find ourselves hastening from land to land, gathering mere curious resemblances which, like unassimilated property, possess no power of fecundation.
In the hurry and confusion of that night the girls had thrown open their cabin to the escaping miners, who hurried along the slope that was now the bank of the river. Suddenly Christie felt her arm grasped, and she was half-led, half-dragged, into the inner room. Her father stood before her. "Where is George Kearney?" he asked tremulously.