Seest thou the tree, myself or thy brothers? Yudhishthira answered, 'I see the tree, myself, my brothers, and the bird. Drona repeated his question, but was answered as often in the same words. Drona then, vexed with Yudhishthira, reproachingly said, 'Stand thou apart.

Nevertheless he succeeded in obtaining her consent: but during his absence of four or five-and-twenty hours, the lady had ample leisure to ponder on home the busy world across the sea and her well-beloved brother Francisco. Fernand when he came back, found her gloomy and reserved; then, as he essayed to wean her from her dark thoughts, she responded petulantly and even reproachingly.

"If looks tell anything, her pale face aint no match for yourn in health, Huldah," remarked Caleb, as he glanced somewhat reproachingly at the full, red features of his wife. "A white face aint allus a sign of sickness; here I might be next to death, and my face be getting redder and redder at every pain, but then who cares for me? No one, as I knows on."

As I came here for the purpose of earnest and thorough investigation, I will frankly admit that I would not have interfered with his processes, but at the same time I would have seen that no material injuries should result to any members of this family." "That was very kind of you," I said, at which my wife looked at me somewhat reproachingly.

He stood there minute after minute, gazing at the newly-turned earth and the sturdy little bushes showing out so clearly in the moonlight; the one neat and hopeful spot in the whole untidy waste, it seemed almost to speak reproachingly to him. What his thoughts were no one knew, but he sighed deeply more than once, and when at last he moved away his pipe had gone out, though it was not empty.

Seest thou the tree, myself or thy brothers? Yudhishthira answered, 'I see the tree, myself, my brothers, and the bird. Drona repeated his question, but was answered as often in the same words. Drona then, vexed with Yudhishthira, reproachingly said, 'Stand thou apart.

Peters during the last ten minutes. "Ha' you been a-standing there like a post all this while, and never put out yer hand to help save the child?" she said, reproachingly. "I couldn't, dame, I couldn't with such hands as these; but I'll do anything for you that I can," whispered the fisherman, as though he feared to disturb the child. "Well, I want a tub of hot water," snapped Mrs. Peters.

"Yes," said Matilda, reproachingly, "you went away and left me very willingly, though it was to wait on a person you never saw before." "Ah, Missy! you no lovee me, and poor white woman lovee me much. You makee beer spit in my face she givee me tea-gruel out of her own cup. You callee me black beetle she callee me good girly, good nursy, good every ting."

'The maiden frowned reproachingly, but yet with earnest gentleness, at the group of youths and maidens who sat beneath an umbragipeaous beech tree and ate black currants. "Dear brothers and sisters," the blushing girl went on, "could we not, even now, at the eleventh hour, turn to account these wasted lives of ours, and seek some occupation at once improving and agreeable?"