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I had been sleeping, curled up in a red plush seat, for a long while when we reached Black Hawk.
Oh, a story about the Black Man," answered Pearl, taking hold of her mother's gown, and looking up, half earnestly, half mischievously, into her face.
We found the Black Forest farmhouses and villages all that the Black Forest stories have pictured them.
The honour of a noble lady is in peril,'' said the Black Knight.
If we run down this Black Dog, now, there'll be news for Cap'n Trelawney
He did not know how long he had slept when a sudden sound awoke him, and opening his eyes he saw a black girl standing beside him.
He no longer looked upon the black man as his brother; but rather as only another of the innumerable foes of the bloodthirsty jungle--a beast of prey which walked upon two feet instead of four.
In some indefinable way the black face thus flashed upon me shocked me profoundly.
Vertical black figures in twos and threes would advance, stop, watch, and advance again, spreading out as they did so in a thin irregular crescent that promised to enclose the pit in its attenuated horns.
Yet perhaps the pale-faced congregation was almost as fearful a sight to the minister, as his black veil to them.
No part of his form was to be discovered through his overdress, but a face that was illuminated by a pair of black eyes that gave the lie to every demure feature in his countenance.
Hunt and his party were now on the skirts of the Black Hills, or Black Mountains, as they are sometimes called; an extensive chain, lying about a hundred miles east of the Rocky Mountains, and stretching in a northeast direction from the south fork of the Nebraska, or Platte River, to the great north bend of the Missouri.