Thus the minister felt no apprehension that Roger Chillingworth would touch, in express words, upon the real position which they sustained
towards one another.
At first I found that by climbing high into the framework above me I could find more of the precious life-giving elements, and for a while these sustained
Had the Tetons stayed their efforts on the margin of the grass, it is probable that the honour of the day would have been theirs, notwithstanding the irretrievable loss they had sustained in the death of Mahtoree.
His prowess has been mentioned; and it was chiefly by his courage and example, that the Tetons sustained themselves in the heroic manner they did, when the death of Mahtoree was known.
When in working with his hands at some lofty almost isolated place in the rigging, which chances to afford no foothold, the sailor at sea is hoisted up to that spot, and sustained
there by the rope; under these circumstances, its fastened end on deck is always given in strict charge to some one man who has the special watch of it.
My manhood had sustained
me through the parting with the mother.
Was it the voice of another unfortunate creature, abandoned in the middle of the ocean, some other victim of the shock sustained
by the vessel?
Henry of the Missouri Company, the first American who trapped upon the head-waters of the Columbia; and the frightful hardships sustained by Wilson P.
This attempt was followed up and sustained by others, until in 1825 a footing was secured, and a complete system of trapping organized beyond the mountains.
I involuntarily held my breath, expecting to see the form of my companion, after being sustained for a moment by the branches of the tree, sink through their frail support, and fall headlong to the bottom.
A small table of rock which projected over the precipice on one side of the stream, and was drenched by the spray of the fall, sustained a huge trunk of a tree which must have been deposited there by some heavy freshet.
At length, on the 13th of November, the Beaver made her appearance; much the worse for the stormy conflicts which she had sustained
in those hyperborean seas.