But the hag was pressing the doctor to drink with her; he accepted without much hesitation, and gallantly proposed her health. 'What are you going to do? he said to the younger woman, she was hardly more than a girl. 'You'd better not hang about in Seville or you'll get into trouble again. 'Oh no, she said, 'I'm going to my village mi pueblo this afternoon.
In its entirety, probably, it follows us at every instant; all that we have felt, thought and willed from our earliest infancy is there, leaning over the present which is about to join it, pressing against the portals of consciousness that would fain leave it outside.
Garcia I leave to you; he is too young to realize his loss; but never let him know his father's sin!" he exclaimed hoarsely; and, after pressing his boy tightly to his breast, kissed the dying child; then softly lifting Lianor in his arms, he first pressed his lips reverently on her pale brow, and, before any one could prevent him, or realize what he was about to do, he had sprang from the rock into the deep torrent, and disappeared with his precious burden from their view.
He was packing a supply of light needfuls, of which the lumbermen had unexpectedly run short, and he was pressing forward in haste to avoid a second night on the trail. The pack was carried high on his powerful shoulders, in a manner to interfere as little as possible with his long, snow-shoeing stride. In one hand he carried his axe.
Don't be afraid of me; only do what I ask, it will be a great deal better for you in the end." She thrust her trembling hand into her pocket, and took out the key of the little trunk. She drew the trunk towards her, put the key in the lock, and opened it. It seemed like pressing a knife into her own bosom and turning the blade.
That same morning there came also a letter from Liverpool to Mrs. Joseph Snowdon, a letter which ran thus: 'Clem, old girl, I regret very much that affairs of pressing importance call me away from my happy home. It is especially distressing that this occurs just at the time when we were on the point of taking our house, in which we hoped to spend the rest of cur lives in bliss.
The ingenuity of his successive pleas for pressing such a request pertinaciously upon Mr.
"No longer!" cried the old miner and, pressing his lips tight together, he snuffed the air several times. Then, all at once, with a sudden movement, "Hand me your lamp, Harry," he said. Ford took the lamp with a trembling hand. He drew off the wire gauze case which surrounded the wick, and the flame burned in the open air.
Go on and say your say, in as few words as possible, for I am in a hurry." Both Filmore, Sr., and Filmore, Jr., laughed at this it sounded so ridiculously funny to hear a helpless prisoner talk of being in a hurry. "Business must be pressing!" leered the elder, savagely. "Don't be at all scared. We'll start you humming along the road to Jordan soon enough, if that's what you want.
He touched a bell, and the footman came, as at a signal, bringing wine and glasses. "You are sure you will not join me?" asked the Advocate. "Well, here is to our better acquaintance! In what way can I serve you?" "I should perhaps begin by telling you, my lord, that I am here at your own pressing invitation," said I.