When I heard that Nada, my daughter, still lived, I wept for joy, though like Umslopogaas I was torn by doubt and fear, for it is far for an unaided
maid to travel from Swaziland to the Ghost Mountain.
Her momentary weakness past, the child again summoned the resolution which had until now sustained her, and, endeavouring to keep steadily in her view the one idea that they were flying from disgrace and crime, and that her grandfather's preservation must depend solely on her firmness, unaided
by one word of advice or any helping hand, urged him onward and looked back no more.
I burn here unaided
! To the rescue to the rescue, brave Bois-Guilbert, valiant De Bracy!
There was no theatrical procession of demure little choristers, trying their best not to simper under the admiring gaze of the congregation: the people's share in the service was taken by the people themselves, unaided
, except that a few good voices, judiciously posted here and there among them, kept the singing from going too far astray.
It mounted one hundred guns, large and small, and was impregnable to Indian attack, unaided
Eudosia was permitted to cloak and get into the carriage unaided
by any beau, a thing that had not happened to her since speculation had brought her father into notice.
`I tried to call to them, but the language they had was apparently different from that of the Over-world people; so that I was needs left to my own unaided
efforts, and the thought of flight before exploration was even then in my mind.
So much for Norman blood unaided
by Victorian lucre.
Karay was a shaggy old dog with a hanging jowl, famous for having tackled a big wolf unaided
. They all took up their places.
The woman was alone and in bad spirits, unsupported; nothing at all was in her favour except the memory of the two victorious contests; whereas the man, though unaided
, as before, by either Lady Arabella or Oolanga, was in full strength, well rested, and in flourishing circumstances.
Jane Clayton knew that the fellow could not alone and unaided
bring his heavy craft back up-stream to the Kincaid, and so she had no further fear of an attack by him.
Easily could Borckman lift him down the precipitous ladder, which was to him, unaided
, a taboo, the violation of which was pregnant with disaster.