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Have you seen a beautiful maiden, dressed like a king's daughter, and mounted on a snow-white bull, that gallops as swiftly as the wind?
We did not much mind him, for we could gallop off; but sometimes a stone would hit and hurt us.
Don't waste time in swearing," said D'Artagnan; "let us gallop, if our horses will consent.
A battery chang- ing position at a frantic gallop scattered the stragglers right and left.
A regiment of cuirassiers, nearly equal as to numbers, issued from behind the hill and came full gallop toward it.
At the earliest streak of day one of the leaders would mount his horse, and gallop off full speed for about half a mile; then look round for Indian trails, to ascertain whether there had been any lurkers round the camp; returning slowly, he would reconnoitre every ravine and thicket where there might be an ambush.
If they wish to give notice of a herd of buffalo in the plain beyond, they gallop backwards and forwards abreast, on the summit of the hill.
D'Artagnan dropped his head, and his black horse broke into a gallop.
He thus addressed put spurs to his horse, and rode at a rapid gallop after the outlaw's troop.
But when, on having proceeded half-way down that street, the man felt that he had left the prison and death behind, and before him there was life and liberty, he neglected every precaution, and set his horses off at a gallop.
The next moment, straightening up in the saddle with a movement he could not fail to identify, she put the horse into a gallop, riding away with her back toward them.
Their most troublesome fault, when young, is their desire of playing with the sheep; for in their sport they sometimes gallop their poor subjects most unmercifully.