And cross and cruel," I added; but Helen Burns would not admit my addition: she kept silence.
In her turn, Helen Burns asked me to explain, and I proceeded forthwith to pour out, in my own way, the tale of my sufferings and resentments.
Helen Burns, if you don't go and put your drawer in order, and fold up your work this minute, I'll tell Miss Scatcherd to come and look at it
Then all the schooling the Burns children had was from their father in the long winter evenings after the farm work for the day was over.
Thus the years passed, as Burns himself says, in the "cheerless gloom of a hermit, with the unceasing toil of a galley-slave.
Bad harvests were followed by money difficulties, and, weighed down with all his cares, William Burns died.
Burns said that it was at the entrance to the gulf.
Burns motioned the crew to leave the cabin, but he detained the two eldest men to stay with the captain while he went on deck with his sextant to "take the sun.
Quick then," cried John, "as there is still time, let us convey to him directions to burn the parcel.
Because Van Baerle will neither give up the parcel nor burn it without a special command to do so.
We then began to think of going away; but the Scotsman said, "No, we must not go, for these poor deluded wretches will all throw themselves into the fire, and burn themselves with the idol.
They did not come on like thieves, as we expected, but sent three messengers to us, to demand the men to be delivered to them that had abused their priests and burned their idol, that they might burn them with fire; and upon this, they said, they would go away, and do us no further harm, otherwise they would destroy us all.