There was spurring and splashing through the darkness, and bridle was drawn in the space
by the village fountain, and the horse in a foam stood at Monsieur Gabelle's door.
may produce new Worlds; whereof so rife There went a fame in Heav'n that he ere long Intended to create, and therein plant A generation, whom his choice regard Should favour equal to the Sons of Heaven: Thither, if but to prie, shall be perhaps Our first eruption, thither or elsewhere: For this Infernal Pit shall never hold Caelestial Spirits in Bondage, nor th' Abysse Long under darkness cover.
Of all the fine shooting that morning, I have not now space
to tell you.
Towards the house the chestnut-trees we have before mentioned rose high above the wall, without in any way affecting the growth of other luxuriant shrubs and flowers that eagerly dressed forward to fill up the vacant spaces
, as though asserting their right to enjoy the boon of light and air.
He wondered at the number of emotions and events that had been crowded into such little spaces
There were remnants of faded and tattered paper-hangings, but larger spaces
of bare wall ornamented with charcoal sketches, chiefly of people's heads in profile.
bleaching grounds = open spaces
where newly woven linen is spread to whiten in the sun; legitimist.
Now, if, in place of the unknown characters, we leave blank spaces
, or substitute dots, we read thus:the tree thr.
The place of the latter was here supplied by oaks and other of the harder woods; and around their roots clustered a dense and bushy under-growth, leaving, however, barren spaces
between the trees, thick strewn with withered leaves.
They were surmounted with old faded painted escutcheons, and here and there, in the spaces
between them, brown pictures, which I perceived to be bad, in battered frames, were suspended.
His calculations had been just, and he had wandered about the rotunda for only ten minutes, looking again at the paintings, commemorative of the national annals, which occupy its lower spaces
, and at the simulated sculptures, so touchingly characteristic of early American taste, which adorn its upper reaches, when the charming women he had been counting on presented themselves in charge of a licensed guide.
They were back in the hall then for departure, but from where they stood the vista was large, through an open door, into the great square main saloon, with its almost antique felicity of brave spaces