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Rowena, somewhat alarmed by the mention of outlaws in force, and so near them, strongly seconded the proposal of her guardian.
He became alarmed at the news in this, and went again to Waterloo station to find out if communication were restored.
This distressing intelligence, as you may suppose," observed her ladyship, after giving the substance of it, "has agitated us exceedingly, and we cannot prevent ourselves from being greatly alarmed and apprehensive for the poor invalid, whose state Sir Thomas fears may be very critical; and Edmund kindly proposes attending his brother immediately, but I am happy to add that Sir Thomas will not leave me on this distressing occasion, as it would be too trying for me.
The officer of the watch now felt alarmed, and called to Captain Thorn and Mr.
I am not more alarmed about little Charles now than he is.
Alarmed, but not discouraged, she tried it another way; a bolt flew, and she believed herself successful; but how strangely mysterious
Oh, no--it is for you, for myself, and for all of us together, that I am alarmed.