Latterly, there were rumors
(which few believed, and only one or two felt greatly interested in) that this long-buried man was likely, for some reason or other, to be summoned forth from his living tomb.
It is high time now to spread a rumor
of my marriage with Mademoiselle Cormon.
of Edmond arrest as a Bonapartist agent was not slow in circulating throughout the city.
The tall soldier felt called upon to defend the truth of a rumor
he himself had intro- duced.
While all the gossip world was thus filled with talk and rumor
, poor Wolfert lay sick and sorrowfully in his bed, bruised in body and sorely beaten down in mind.
Well; you have heard, of course, the many stories current - the thousand vague rumors
afloat about money buried, somewhere upon the Atlantic coast, by Kidd and his associates.
And now, as I still continued to step cautiously onward, there came thronging upon my recollection a thousand vague rumors
of the horrors of Toledo.
I certainly have heard many rumors
of the existence of mines in these hills: and I do believe that I have seen specimens of the precious metals that have been found here.
Other absurd rumors
there be, not worth talking about or listening to.
Indian legends would alone have been my guide, for I found that rumors
of a strange land were common among all the riverine tribes.
This,' said he, taking a gray roll of paper from his bureau, 'is the original of that secret treaty between England and Italy of which, I regret to say, some rumors
have already got into the public press.
Over a year had elapsed since they had set out to explore the northern hemisphere in search of Carthoris, and at last their disheartened people had accepted as truth the vague rumors
of their death that had filtered in from the frozen region of the pole.