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The Indians, in the meantime, collecting all their forces, pursued and overtook him, when a smart fight continued near two hours, not to the advantage of Col.
I would have pursued my journey, but he placed himself directly in the way, yet looking with a very mild aspect, never offering the least violence.
The Indians had by this time discovered that I was alone and I was pursued with imprecations, arrows, and rifle balls.
They asked him if some time ago he had not received in his house two gentlemen who were pursued by dragoons; without answering he went out and brought in the blade of a rapier.
But when he was riding off with it, the king's attendants pursued him, and one of them got so near him that he wounded the youth's leg with the point of his sword.
As I pursued her, or sometimes rested in an adjoining tree and watched her, I noticed the change in her.
He advised me, as a means of self-reform, to make my choice of a profession, and to absorb myself in closer studies than any that I had yet pursued.
But in the meantime, I pursued Truth less relentlessly, refraining from tearing her last veils aside even when I clutched them in my hand.
But yesterday there were special reasons," pursued Stepan Arkadyevitch, with a meaning smile, totally oblivious of the genuine sympathy he had felt the day before for his friend, and feeling the same sympathy now, only for Vronsky.
It even seemed as if it had pursued her into her insensibility, and she had not had a moment's unconsciousness of it.
These thoughts supported my spirits, while I pursued my undertaking with unremitting ardour.
I dissuaded him a little, but saw there was no remedy; so he ran rashly upon it, slipped out a square of the sash window dexterously enough, and without noise, and got out four pieces of the silks, and came with them towards me, but was immediately pursued with a terrible clutter and noise.