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They had been driving through the lane with the towering hedge on one side and the open meadow on the other.
So I walk a little in the garden or down that lovely lane, sit on the porch under the roses, and lie down up here a good deal.
Maule's Lane, or Pyncheon Street, as it were now more decorous to call it, was thronged, at the appointed hour, as with a congregation on its way to church.
Soon, likewise, my old native town will loom upon me through the haze of memory, a mist brooding over and around it; as if it were no portion of the real earth, but an overgrown village in cloud-land, with only imaginary inhabitants to people its wooden houses and walk its homely lanes, and the unpicturesque prolixity of its main street.
In an- other bill he was the "world-renowned Shakespearian tragedian, Garrick the Younger, of Drury Lane, Lon- don.
The two houses were separated by an ordinary yard, with a low fence running back through its middle from the street in front to the lane in the rear.
Put on your bonnet and let on you're going home; and when you get to the corner, give the rest of 'em the slip, and turn down through the lane and come back.
Rebecca walked up the lane and went to the side door.
Just as I got to the house, in looking out at the lane gate, I saw four white men, with two colored men.
Ever since the dayabout four years agothat Miss Taylor and I met with him in Broadway Lane, when, because it began to drizzle, he darted away with so much gallantry, and borrowed two umbrellas for us from Farmer Mitchell's, I made up my mind on the subject.
Because," replied he, smiling, "among the rest of the objects before me, I see a very dirty lane.
I was a mile from Thornfield, in a lane noted for wild roses in summer, for nuts and blackberries in autumn, and even now possessing a few coral treasures in hips and haws, but whose best winter delight lay in its utter solitude and leafless repose.