Inquiries made at Plymouth proved that they had sailed, forty-eight hours previously, in the BEWLEY CASTLE, East Indiaman, bound
direct to Bombay.
It will not be in the power of the President and Senate to make any treaties by which they and their families and estates will not be equally bound
and affected with the rest of the community; and, having no private interests distinct from that of the nation, they will be under no temptations to neglect the latter.
There was the figure of the white prisoner still securely bound
as they had last seen him, and in the centre of the hut another figure equally as motionless, its throat and breasts horribly torn and mangled.
He had allowed himself to be led, pushed, carried, lifted, bound
, and bound
Thus the day wore on, for the hyenas were not famished, and the rope with which Tarzan was bound
was a stronger one than that of his boyhood, which had parted so quickly to the chafing of the rough tree bark.
However, the chief of the Spaniards would not consent to it, but ordered, for the present, that they should be sent out of the way to my old cave in the valley, and be kept there, with two Spaniards to guard them, and have food for their subsistence, which was done; and they were bound
there hand and foot for that night.
When she was touched, she jerked her bound
legs and looked wildly yet simply at everybody.
Then I'll pick a good ship bound
for Europe, and arrive there with another pay-day.
Hoseason, the captain's mother, had come some years before to live; and whether outward or inward bound
, the Covenant was never suffered to go by that place by day, without a gun fired and colours shown.
For a year or two Eliza saw her husband frequently, and there was nothing to interrupt their happiness, except the loss of two infant children, to whom she was passionately attached, and whom she mourned with a grief so intense as to call for gentle remonstrance from her mistress, who sought, with maternal anxiety, to direct her naturally passionate feelings within the bounds
of reason and religion.
He lay on his side, the cords that bound
his legs so tight as to bite into his tender flesh and shut off the circulation.
There is also another species of acquisition which they [1257a] particularly call pecuniary, and with great propriety; and by this indeed it seems that there are no bounds
to riches and wealth.