unmurmuring


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They sat unmurmuring through seven-and-thirty hatchet-made verses describing at fullest length the loss of the schooner Joan Hasken off the Georges in the gale of 1867, and when he came to an end they shouted with one kindly throat.
My poor sick folk and my peasants certainly set me an example of unmurmuring resignation; but they know that I at least understand them and their troubles, while there is not a soul here who knows of the tears that I have shed, no one to give me the hand-clasp of a comrade, the noblest reward of all, a reward that falls to the lot of every other; even Gondrin has not missed that.
Unmurmuring they fac'd it all, The charging steel, or shell, or ball; And, when their battle-cry arose, "Eureka," charge, among the foes, A deadly terror seem'd to play, Melting their serried ranks away.