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Wemmick," said the turnkey, who kept us between the two studded and spiked lodge gates, and who carefully locked one before he unlocked the other, "what's Mr.
ITHURIEL and ZEPHON, with wingd speed Search through this Garden, leav unsearcht no nook, But chiefly where those two fair Creatures Lodge, Now laid perhaps asleep secure of harme.
They gave the alarm, which soon roused the sleepers from every lodge.
When a trader arrived in his village, he caused all his goods to be brought into his lodge and opened.
If he needed a sauce, Fate bestowed one upon him, for he was scarcely midway through his meal before a loud ringing at the lodge gates proved the accuracy of his conjectures.
Mathias was taken within twelve hours from his cell, then led to the jailer's lodge, where he was registered as leaving Loewestein, then taken to the Esplanade, from which there is a very fine prospect over a wide expanse of country.
Here is the lodge," she said gayly--"I declare Cecilia has got an apron on already
He worked for Wickson, in the stables near the hunting lodge.
The big, old house at Ergushovo had been pulled down long ago, and the old prince had had the lodge done up and built on to.
My brother is very young to be already the master of a lodge," returned the trapper, looking steadily into the unmoved countenance of the youthful warrior; "but I dare say he is brave, and that many a chief has offered him his daughters for wives.
Stone Lodge was situated on a moor within a mile or two of a great town - called Coketown in the present faithful guide-book.
The College visitors were melting away as the shades of night drew on, but the yard was still pretty full, the Collegians being mostly out, seeing their friends to the Lodge.