Amy was fretting because her lessons were not learned, and she couldn't find
About this time my brother, Squire Boon, with another adventurer, who came to explore the country shortly after us, was wandering through the forest, determined to find
me, if possible, and accidentally found our camp.
There, again, she has upset a tumbler of marbles, all of which roll different ways, and each individual marble, devil-directed, into the most difficult obscurity that it can find
It had all been a great worry and, on his own part doubtless, a series of blunders, but he immensely pitied the poor chicks and had done all he could; had in particular sent them down to his other house, the proper place for them being of course the country, and kept them there, from the first, with the best people he could find
to look after them, parting even with his own servants to wait on them and going down himself, whenever he might, to see how they were doing.
All dressed and dusty as he is, Jonah throws himself into his berth, and finds
the little state-room ceiling almost resting on his forehead.
Too smart-looking," said another, shaking his head in a very wise way; "you'll find
out something wrong one of these fine mornings, or my name isn't Jones.
All day long the children of Aniele were raking in the dump for food for these chickens; and sometimes, when the competition there was too fierce, you might see them on Halsted Street walking close to the gutters, and with their mother following to see that no one robbed them of their finds
I could not find
it in my heart to give them away to any common person--to anybody that was happy; but I give them to a mother more heart-broken and sorrowful than I am; and I hope God will send his blessings with them
I suspect myself, and cannot help a shudder when I find
myself so implicated even in what are called good works--for this may sometimes happen.
Sire, the Board finds
this candidate perfect in all the requirements and qualifications for military com- mand, and doth hold his case open for decision after due examination of his competitor.
There is a glad light in her eye which is pretty to see when she finds
herself able to answer a question promptly and accurately, without any hesitation; as, for instance, this morning:
I felt something of the same sense of humiliation and injury which one feels when he finds
that a human stranger has been clandestinely inspecting him in his privacy and mentally commenting upon him.