He said It was the 7th of November. The fight began at seven in the morning. I was on the 'R. H. W. Hill. Took over a load of troops from Columbus. Came back, and took over a battery of artillery. My partner said he was going to see the fight; wanted me to go along. I said, no, I wasn't anxious, I would look at it from the pilot-house. He said I was a coward, and left.
A. No doubt that will be so; but whether in practical cases increase of mass without reference to strength or load will, upon the whole, increase or diminish deflection, will depend very much upon the magnitude of the mass relatively with the magnitude of the deflecting pressure, and the rapidity with which that pressure is applied and removed.
Just now, however, his load was a little lightened, and he was able to devote himself to his money-making and to the weaving of the web that was to destroy his rival, Edward Cossey, with a mind a little less preoccupied with other cares. Meanwhile, things at the Castle were going very pleasantly for everybody.
Ignorant that he himself bears the load of guilt, he charges the Thebans to be vigilant and unremitting in their efforts, "And for the man who did the guilty deed, Whether alone he lurks, or leagued with more, I pray that he may waste his life away, For vile deeds vilely dying; and for me, If in my house, I knowing it, he dwells, May every curse I spake on my head fall."
"It was as much as I could do to get my legs from under him but we'll wait till daylight before we see to that in the meantime, I'll load the pistols again." "The day is breaking now it will be light in half an hour or less. What a devil of a spree, Jack!" "Yes, but how can one help it? We ran away because two men are wounded and now we are obliged to kill four in self-defence."
If they have found the chest they may by now be starting for camp with the first load of doubloons." Again I shook my head. "They haven't found the gold," I assured him. The astonished faces grew more anxious. "It sho' have told on li'le Miss Jinny's brain," muttered Cookie to himself. "They haven't found the gold," I reiterated with emphasis, "because the gold is not in the cave.
"So far we had the best of it, and the men looked more cheerful than they had done from the first moment when the pirates showed from among the trees. After that we kept up a fire from the stern guns as fast as we could load. I could not see myself what damage we were doing, for I was kept hard at work carrying ammunition.
He loaded up his sailing boat, the Griffon, and sent her on a voyage back to the east to transport this splendid load of furs to the merchants with whom he had become deeply indebted. Unhappily the Griffon foundered in a storm on Lake Michigan, and was never heard of again.
"I've forgot," replied the boy in the slouchy speech and intonation of the hills. "I jest came in with dad this mornin', bringin' a wagon load of fresh vegetables." "You look as foolish as you talk," said the man scornfully.
"Been waitin' long?" he grunted, finally. "Quite a while." "Hope my horse 'll stan'," said the man; "headed towards home, an' load off." "The doctor can tend to you first," Jerome said, eagerly. The man gave a nod of assent. Thanks, as elegancies of social intercourse, were alarming, and savored of affectation, to him.