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Massy stumbled closer. Captain Whalley heard the chattering of his teeth.


时间:2020-11-30 16:44:58 作者:如懿传 浏览量:24957

Chapter 25

Trixie stood by her husband's side as the dog-cart turned to leave the compound, and she called after the retreating vehicle: "Don't forget the first time there's a moon!" And an answering shout came back: "All right! Good-night!"

“We came over to talk over with him the fire, didn’t we?” continued Paul. “Well, remember[59] that he didn’t seem to have a very definite opinion though he did feel that there was something odd about the cause or origin of the fire.”


The letter fell from Steering's hand and fluttered to the ground, while he sat with his hands hanging limply from his knees for a moment. "Grierson is dead! Grierson is dead!" he repeated. The funereal words rang through his ears like a grand Praise-God. He knew that he ought to be sorry and that he was inexpressibly glad, not because the grim old man was dead--dead, with his malevolence reaching out toward Madeira, spinning and twisting like a great cobweb snare from the grave--but because of what must now happen, because vistas of wonderful beauty were opening up through the long shadows of the Tigmores, because if the end had come to the house of Grierson, beginning had come to the house of Steering. Life, big, splendid, stretched out before him. Old Bernique had risen and was pacing the banks of the Di nervously. Steering, too, got to his feet. Going down to Bernique, he took the old man's hands in his. Neither heard a little rustle up the bluff in the leafy bushes.

"He was, sir. And no laughing matter to them as had the doing for him, as I had--my sister being took up with her little ones so much. There was bandages to do, sir, and bandages to undo. So that if I may make so bold as to say it, sir--"

“The name of him who has ravished from thee the dearest treasure of thy heart, is Roderic. His mother — attend, oh Edwin, for whatever the incredulous may pretend, the tales related by the bards in their immortal songs, of ghosts, and fairies, and dire enchantment, are not vain and fabulous.— You have heard of the inauspicious fame and the bad eminence of Rodogune. She withdrew from the fields of Clwyd within the memory of the elder of shepherds. Various were the conjectures occasioned by her disappearance. Some imagined, that for the haughtiness of her humour, and the malignity of her disposition, characters that were wholly unexampled in the pastoral life, she had been carried away before the period limited by nature to the place of torment by the goblins of the abyss. Others believed that she concealed herself in the top of the highest mountain that was near them, and by a commerce with invisible, malignant beings, still exercised the same gloomy temper in more potent, and therefore more inauspicious harm. The blight that overspread the meadows, the destructive contagion that diffused itself among the flocks, the raging tempest that rooted up the oak, when the thunder roared among the hills, and the lightning flashed from pole to pole, they ascribed to the machinations and the sorcery of Rodogune. Their conjectures indeed were blind, but their notions were not wholly mistaken.

So we presently dashed up to the station, which was nearly deserted at this hour, and after calling a porter to hold the horses I went into the station to write my telegram.


Altamont made a reckoning with scrupulous precision, and found they were in 77°15’ latitude, and 85° 2’ longitude.

"Just listen to the speech now going on. The Leader of the Opposition is speaking.

18:1 [hgb] 与 众 寡 合 的 , 独 自 寻 求 心 愿 , 并 恼 恨 一 切 真 智 慧 。 [kjv] Through desire a man, having separated himself, seeketh and intermeddleth with all wisdom. [bbe] He who keeps himself separate for his private purpose goes against all good sense. 18:2 [hgb] 愚 昧 人 不 喜 爱 明 哲 , 只 喜 爱 显 露 心 意 。 [kjv] A fool hath no delight in understanding, but that his heart may discover itself. [bbe] A foolish man has no pleasure in good sense, but only to let what is in his heart come to light. 18:3 [hgb] 恶 人 来 , 藐 视 随 来 。 羞 耻 到 , 辱 骂 同 到 。 [kjv] When the wicked cometh, then cometh also contempt, and with ignominy reproach. [bbe] When the evil-doer comes, a low opinion comes with him, and with the loss of honour comes shame. 18:4 [hgb] 人 口 中 的 言 语 , 如 同 深 水 。 智 慧 的 泉 源 , 好 像 涌 流 的 河 水 。 [kjv] The words of a man's mouth are as deep waters, and the wellspring of wisdom as a flowing brook. [bbe] The words of a man's mouth are like deep waters: the fountain of wisdom is like a flowing stream. 18:5 [hgb] 瞻 徇 恶 人 的 情 面 , 偏 断 义 人 的 案 件 , 都 为 不 善 。 [kjv] It is not good to accept the person of the wicked, to overthrow the righteous in judgment. [bbe] To have respect for the person of the evil-doer is not good, or to give a wrong decision against the upright. 18:6 [hgb] 愚 昧 人 张 嘴 启 争 端 , 开 口 招 鞭 打 。 [kjv] A fool's lips enter into contention, and his mouth calleth for strokes. [bbe] A foolish man's lips are a cause of fighting, and his mouth makes him open to blows. 18:7 [hgb] 愚 昧 人 的 口 , 自 取 败 坏 。 他 的 嘴 , 是 他 生 命 的 网 罗 。 [kjv] A fool's mouth is his destruction, and his lips are the snare of his soul. [bbe] The mouth of a foolish man is his destruction, and his lips are a net for his soul. 18:8 [hgb] 传 舌 人 的 言 语 , 如 同 美 食 , 深 入 人 的 心 腹 。 [kjv] The words of a talebearer are as wounds, and they go down into the innermost parts of the belly. [bbe] The words of one who says evil of his neighbour secretly are like sweet food, and go down into the inner parts of the stomach. 18:9 [hgb] 作 工 懈 怠 的 , 与 浪 费 人 为 弟 兄 。 [kjv] He also that is slothful in his work is brother to him that is a great waster. [bbe] He who does not give his mind to his work is brother to him who makes destruction. 18:10 [hgb] 耶 和 华 的 名 , 是 坚 固 台 。 义 人 奔 入 , 便 得 安 稳 。 [kjv] The name of the LORD is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe. [bbe] The name of the Lord is a strong tower: the upright man running into it is safe. 18:11 [hgb] 富 足 人 的 财 物 , 是 他 的 坚 城 , 在 他 心 想 , 犹 如 高 墙 。 [kjv] The rich man's wealth is his strong city, and as an high wall in his own conceit. [bbe] The property of a man of wealth is his strong town, and it is as a high wall in the thoughts of his heart. 18:12 [hgb] 败 坏 之 先 , 人 心 骄 傲 。 尊 荣 以 前 , 必 有 谦 卑 。 [kjv] Before destruction the heart of man is haughty, and before honour is humility. [bbe] Before destruction the heart of man is full of pride, and before honour goes a gentle spirit. 18:13 [hgb] 未 曾 听 完 先 回 答 的 , 便 是 他 的 愚 昧 , 和 羞 辱 。 [kjv] He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him. [bbe] To give an answer before hearing is a foolish thing and a cause of shame. 18:14 [hgb] 人 有 疾 病 , 心 能 忍 耐 。 心 灵 忧 伤 , 谁 能 承 当 呢 ? [kjv] The spirit of a man will sustain his infirmity; but a wounded spirit who can bear? [bbe] The spirit of a man will be his support when he is ill; but how may a broken spirit be lifted up? 18:15 [hgb] 聪 明 人 的 心 得 知 识 。 智 慧 人 的 耳 求 知 识 。 [kjv] The heart of the prudent getteth knowledge; and the ear of the wise seeketh knowledge. [bbe] The heart of the man of good sense gets knowledge; the ear of the wise is searching for knowledge. 18:16 [hgb] 人 的 礼 物 , 为 他 开 路 , 引 他 到 高 位 的 人 面 前 。 [kjv] A man's gift maketh room for him, and bringeth him before great men. [bbe] A man's offering makes room for him, letting him come before great men. 18:17 [hgb] 先 诉 情 由 的 , 似 乎 有 理 。 但 邻 舍 来 到 , 就 察 出 实 情 。 [kjv] He that is first in his own cause seemeth just; but his neighbour cometh and searcheth him. [bbe] The man who first puts his cause before the judge seems to be in the right; but then his neighbour comes and puts his cause in its true light. 18:18 [hgb] 掣 签 能 止 息 争 竞 , 也 能 解 散 强 胜 的 人 。 [kjv] The lot causeth contentions to cease, and parteth between the mighty. [bbe] The decision of chance puts an end to argument, parting the strong. 18:19 [hgb] 弟 兄 结 怨 , 劝 他 和 好 , 比 取 坚 固 城 还 难 。 这 样 的 争 竞 , 如 同 坚 寨 的 门 闩 。 [kjv] A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city: and their contentions are like the bars of a castle. [bbe] A brother wounded is like a strong town, and violent acts are like a locked tower. 18:20 [hgb] 人 口 中 所 结 的 果 子 , 必 充 满 肚 腹 。 他 嘴 所 出 的 , 必 使 他 饱 足 。 [kjv] A man's belly shall be satisfied with the fruit of his mouth; and with the increase of his lips shall he be filled. [bbe] With the fruit of a man's mouth his stomach will be full; the produce of his lips will be his in full measure. 18:21 [hgb] 生 死 在 舌 头 的 权 下 。 喜 爱 他 的 , 必 吃 他 所 结 的 果 子 。 [kjv] Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof. [bbe] Death and life are in the power of the tongue; and those to whom it is dear will have its fruit for their food. 18:22 [hgb] 得 着 贤 妻 的 , 是 得 着 好 处 , 也 是 蒙 了 耶 和 华 的 恩 惠 。 [kjv] Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD. [bbe] Whoever gets a wife gets a good thing, and has the approval of the Lord. 18:23 [hgb] 贫 穷 人 说 哀 求 的 话 。 富 足 人 用 威 吓 的 话 回 答 。 [kjv] The poor useth intreaties; but the rich answereth roughly. [bbe] The poor man makes requests for grace, but the man of wealth gives a rough answer. 18:24 [hgb] 滥 交 朋 友 的 , 自 取 败 坏 。 但 有 一 朋 友 , 比 弟 兄 更 亲 密 。 [kjv] A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly: and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother. [bbe] There are friends who may be a man's destruction, but there is a lover who keeps nearer than a brother.




The more I thought over the thing, the more it puzzled me. Why had James done this? Why should he wish to treat Eva in this manner? I was delighted that he had done so, but why had he? A very unexpected person, James.




41 Johann bowed and was about to go, but stopped with his hand on the doorknob.


Whatever definition we may give of liberty, we should be careful to observe two requisite circumstances; First, that it be consistent with plain matter of fact; secondly, that it be consistent with itself. If we observe these circumstances, and render our definition intelligible, I am persuaded that all mankind will be found of one opinion with regard to it.


"You're a nice sort of fellow, Tom, slipping off like that," says Harold, as he comes up with the old Huntsman, who is gnashing his teeth because they've checked, and "Them blessed lads will be all among t' hounds again."

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