There is much controversy about the delivering up of fugitives
from service or labor.
You must know, monsieur, that Marie Michon, when she returned to France in 1643, immediately sought for information about that child; as a fugitive
she could not take care of it, but on her return she wished to have it near her.
On their part, they were not twenty lengths of their horses from the fugitive
It was too late to retreat: the fugitive
felt that at the first movement back toward the wood he would be, as he afterward explained, "filled with buckshot.
Then a new idea struck the wicked old woman, and hiding herself behind the rock which had sheltered the fugitives
, she waited behind it, watching carefully for the moment when the Prince and her daughter should resume their natural forms and continue their journey.
Here we found an excited and noisy crowd of fugitives
It was some time before the fugitives
made their appearance.
Here may spring up new and mongrel races, like new formations in geology, the amalgamation of the "debris" and "abrasions" of former races, civilized and savage; the remains of broken and almost extinguished tribes; the descendants of wandering hunters and trappers; of fugitives
from the Spanish and American frontiers; of adventurers and desperadoes of every class and country, yearly ejected from the bosom of society into the wilderness.
Unmarried men are best friends, best masters, best servants; but not always best subjects; for they are light to run away; and almost all fugitives
, are of that condition.
From time to time, on the road which they had carefully left on their left, passed fugitives
coming from the interior, at the news of the landing of the royal troops.
returned, the battalions re-formed, and the French who had nearly cut our left flank in half were for the moment repulsed.
Quietly closing the door the fugitives
moved silently to the next, which they found locked.