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Crawling on all fours, I made steadily but slowly towards them, till at last, raising my head to an aperture among the leaves, I could see clear down into a little green dell beside the marsh, and closely set about with trees, where Long John Silver and another of the crew stood face to face in conversation.
Far away out in the marsh there arose, all of a sudden, a sound like the cry of anger, then another on the back of it; and then one horrid, long-drawn scream.
Everything else was unchanged, the sun still shining mercilessly on the steaming marsh and the tall pinnacle of the mountain, and I could scarce persuade myself that murder had been actually done and a human life cruelly cut short a moment since before my eyes.
The air too smelt more freshly than down beside the marsh.
The night noises of the marsh went on, but never a bird or beast spoke to him, and the new feeling of misery grew.
Go and tell them at the village at the foot of the marsh.
He stepped out to the shivering ground on the edge of the marsh, well knowing that Mysa would never charge over it and laughed, as he ran, to think of the bull's anger.
The woods around the head of the marsh were full of purple vistas, threaded with gossamers.
Let's go back around the marsh and home by way of Lover's Lane.
Do not cross the marsh," continued Monk: "you will have money in your pocket, and there are in the marsh some Scotch ambuscaders I have placed there.
A large fire was burning in front of this tent, and threw its purple light over the grassy pools of the marsh, rippled by a fresh breeze.
The master listened, and he just smiled to himself, and said, "If they have been in the marsh, they are out now, Zillah.