For the ordering of the ground, within the great hedge
, I leave it to variety of device; advising nevertheless, that whatsoever form you cast it into, first, it be not too busy, or full of work.
Why should that old guinea-fowl be lying out in the hedge
just at this particular moment of all the year?
There was a plowboy, Dick, who sometimes came into our field to pluck blackberries from the hedge
The walking party had crossed the lane, and were surmounting an opposite stile, and the Admiral was putting his horse in motion again, when Captain Wentworth cleared the hedge
in a moment to say something to his sister.
The spectators suppose the sudden deflection to be caused by a shot, perhaps a wound; but take this field-glass and you will observe that he is riding toward a break in the wall and hedge
I turned back and drew Penfentenyou into the side of the flanking hedge
The further he rode, the happier he became, and plans for the land rose to his mind each better than the last; to plant all his fields with hedges
along the southern borders, so that the snow should not lie under them; to divide them up into six fields of arable and three of pasture and hay; to build a cattle yard at the further end of the estate, and to dig a pond and to construct movable pens for the cattle as a means of manuring the land.
D'Artagnan leaned against the hedge
, after having cast a glance behind it.
The circle or double hedge
that I had made was not only firm and entire, but the stakes which I had cut out of some trees that grew thereabouts were all shot out and grown with long branches, as much as a willow-tree usually shoots the first year after lopping its head.
They had been driving through the lane with the towering hedge
on one side and the open meadow on the other.
Losberne, who had been out walking, and just then returned, tumbled over the hedge
after them, and picking himself up with more agility than he could have been supposed to possess, struck into the same course at no contemptible speed, shouting all the while, most prodigiously, to know what was the matter.
It was while the curate had sat and talked so wildly to me under the hedge
in the flat meadows near Halliford, and while my brother was watching the fugitives stream over Westminster Bridge, that the Martians had resumed the of- fensive.