From that night nothing has been seen of the three murderers by the police, and it is surmised
at Scotland Yard that they were among the passengers of the ill-fated steamer Norah Creina, which was lost some years ago with all hands upon the Portuguese coast, some leagues to the north of Oporto.
To one of her upbringing, and of her destination, the weakness of men was a truth unfamiliar, but she had surmised
it at Florence, when George threw her photographs into the River Arno.
Philip saw several fellows with a desultory, timid look dawdling around, and surmised
that, like himself, they were there for the first time.
It appeared that it was indeed as they had surmised
I am, as you have no doubt surmised
, endeavouring to trace these busts to their source, in order to find if there is not something peculiar which may account for their remarkable fate.
On this point, as on all others, he shrank from pity; and if the suspicion of being pitied for anything in his lot surmised
or known in spite of himself was embittering, the idea of calling forth a show of compassion by frankly admitting an alarm or a sorrow was necessarily intolerable to him.
I did not know for certain that Dian was there; but I surmised
Some officer he had known in London, doubtless, he surmised
, and went his way through the British camp and the British lines all unknown to the watchful sentinels of the out-guard.
I am Akut," replied the other in the same simple, primal tongue which is so low in the scale of spoken languages that, as Tarzan had surmised
, it was identical with that of the tribe in which the first twenty years of his life had been spent.
Toward the southeast of Gathol was such a country, and as Gahan surmised
the direction and the velocity of the storm to have carried him somewhere in the vicinity of the country he thought he recognized, he assumed that Gathol lay behind the hills he now saw, whereas, in reality, it lay far to the northeast.
Harvey continued, "intrusted in duplicate, as you have doubtless surmised
, to Fynes and to Coulson, contained an assurance that the sending of our fleet to the Pacific was in fact, as well as in appearance, an errand of peace.
I thought of my nights of fear, and knew that mine were the real things--real as life itself, not attenuated vapors and surmised