Alexey Alexandrovitch's departure made a great sensation, the more so as just before he started he officially returned the posting-fares allowed him for twelve horses, to drive to his destination
A dozen officers of the court with several body servants were grouped behind the jeddak and his guest, eager listeners to the conversation--so eager on the part of one of the servants that he was twice rebuked by a noble for his forwardness in pushing himself ahead of his betters to view the intricate mechanism of the wonderful "controlling destination compass," as the thing was called.
See here," and he indicated a device at the right of the destination compass.
They told Tess their destination
, and Tess told them hers.
He had avoided the name of any destination
, for there was now quite a little band of railway folk about the cab, and he still kept an eye upon the court of justice, and laboured to avoid concentric evidence.
I had gained considerably on the craft by night; and then, knowing that they must have sighted me and would show no lights after dark, I set my destination
compass upon her--that wonderful little Martian mechanism which, once attuned to the object of destination
, points away toward it, irrespective of every change in its location.
We came to Richmond all too soon, and our destination
there, was a house by the Green; a staid old house, where hoops and powder and patches, embroidered coats rolled stockings ruffles and swords, had had their court days many a time.
Here the combined parties that had thus far voyaged together were to separate, each for its particular destination
Thus far--thanks to the strength of my grasp on his neck, which had left him too weak to be an outside passenger--Screw had certainly not seen me; and, if I played my cards properly, there was no reason why he should see me before we got to our destination
I see no harm in your adopting any suggestions I may have to make concerning our altered destination
He heard the news of his destination
, in perfect silence; and, having had his luggage put into his hand--which was not very difficult to carry, inasmuch as it was all comprised within the limits of a brown paper parcel, about half a foot square by three inches deep--he pulled his cap over his eyes; and once more attaching himself to Mr.
It was called by three names which explain its history, its destination
, and its architecture: "The House of the Dauphin," because Charles V.