Approaching the door, he there found the good old man, holding a volume in his hand, which alternately
he read, and then, with a finger between the leaves, looked lovingly at the Great Stone Face.
In another direction were to be seen some of the sources of the Oregon, or Columbia, flowing to the northwest, past those towering landmarks the Three Tetons, and pouring down into the great lava plain; while, almost at the captain's feet, the Green River, or Colorado of the West, set forth on its wandering pilgrimage to the Gulf of California; at first a mere mountain torrent, dashing northward over a crag and precipice, in a succession of cascades, and tumbling into the plain where, expanding into an ample river, it circled away to the south, and after alternately
shining out and disappearing in the mazes of the vast landscape, was finally lost in a horizon of mountains.
Rann, endeavouring to look unconcerned about his legs, but shaking them alternately
to keep off the puppies; "I'll stand, if you please, as more becoming.
I was soon at the entrance of the pensionnat, in a moment I had pulled the bell; in another moment the door was opened, and within appeared a passage paved alternately
with black and white marble; the walls were painted in imitation of marble also; and at the far end opened a glass door, through which I saw shrubs and a grass-plat, looking pleasant in the sunshine of the mild spring evening-for it was now the middle of April.
This warlike personage, upon entering the house, seated himself at some distance from the spot where Toby and myself reposed, while the rest of the savages looked alternately
from us to him, as if in expectation of something they were disappointed in not perceiving.
It was too pathetic for the feelings of Sophia and myself--We fainted alternately
on a sofa.
William was her pride; Betsey her darling; and John, Richard, Sam, Tom, and Charles occupied all the rest of her maternal solicitude, alternately
her worries and her comforts.
A horse was allotted to each of the six prime hunters, and others were distributed among the voyageurs, a horse for every two, so that they could ride and walk alternately
Goodman Brown alternately
crouched and stood on tiptoe, pulling aside the branches and thrusting forth his head as far as he durst without discerning so much as a shadow.
The man stood there with folded arms and a bowed head, which he sometimes raised to look alternately
at the consular palace and at his wife, who was sitting near him on a stone.
Meanwhile the writer's expectation that Angel would come in response to the entreaty was alternately
great and small.
During the first months Ethan alternately
burned with the desire to see Mattie defy her and trembled with fear of the result.