The frigate approached
noiselessly, stopped at two cables' lengths from the animal, and following its track.
Once a man approached
and spoke to him, and the detective merely replied by shaking his head.
Albert seized them with a convulsive hand, tore them in pieces, and trembling lest the least vestige should escape and one day appear to confront him, he approached
the wax-light, always kept burning for cigars, and burned every fragment.
As he approached
he seemed to recognize the features of this individual.
This appeared to give them a little confidence, so I approached
nearer, presenting the cloth with one hand, and holding the bough with the other, while they slowly retreated.
Its motion was amazingly rapid, the ladies having hardly discovered that it was moving at all, before the waving light of a flame was discerned, losing its regular shape, while it increased in size, as it approached
like arrows shot from the bow of a skillful archer; and yet the sea ran so high that their speed was as nothing compared to the rolling of the billows in which the vessels were plunging first in one direction and then in another.
Thus it was that I went more slowly as we approached
the barrier, for it was my intention to move cautiously by day over the ice-pack that I might discover, before I had run into a trap, if there really lay an inhabited country at the north pole, for there only could I imagine a spot where Matai Shang might feel secure from John Carter, Prince of Helium.
Captain Phoebus de Châteaupers (for it is he whom the reader has had before his eyes since the beginning of this chapter) slowly approached
So it was that now, as he cautiously approached
the village of Mbonga, he was quite prepared either to kill or be killed should he be discovered.
As he approached
, a ringing shot issued from it deafening him and his suite, and in the smoke that suddenly surrounded the gun they could see the gunners who had seized it straining to roll it quickly back to its former position.
the Heliumite without sign of fear, and when quite close called out the cheery Barsoomian "kaor" of greeting.