Roses covered the walls of the house, draped the cornices, climbed the pillars, and ran riot over the balustrade of the wide terrace, whence
one looked down on the sunny Mediterranean, and the white-walled city on its shore.
It was the place whence
proclamations were wont to be made, amidst an assemblage of the magistracy, with all the ceremonial that attended such public observances in those days.
On a fine autumnal afternoon, Ichabod, in pensive mood, sat enthroned on the lofty stool from whence
he usually watched all the concerns of his little literary realm.
How oft amidst Thick clouds and dark doth Heav'ns all-ruling Sire Choose to reside, his Glory unobscur'd, And with the Majesty of darkness round Covers his Throne; from whence
deep thunders roar Must'ring thir rage, and Heav'n resembles Hell?
In the next place, from reflecting on the circumstance that I doubted, and that consequently my being was not wholly perfect (for I clearly saw that it was a greater perfection to know than to doubt), I was led to inquire whence
I had learned to think of something more perfect than myself; and I clearly recognized that I must hold this notion from some nature which in reality was more perfect.
He continued to pump poor Passepartout, and learned that he really knew little or nothing of his master, who lived a solitary existence in London, was said to be rich, though no one knew whence
came his riches, and was mysterious and impenetrable in his affairs and habits.
At the sound of the key turning in the lock, and the creaking of the hinges, Dantes, who was crouched in a corner of the dungeon, whence
he could see the ray of light that came through a narrow iron grating above, raised his head.
, too, did you get the money for your debauchery?
The chill beauty of an autumnal sunset was now gilding the three hill-tops, whence
a paler tint stole down their sides into the hollow.
IN youth I have known one with whom the Earth In secret communing held-as he with it, In daylight, and in beauty, from his birth: Whose fervid, flickering torch of life was lit From the sun and stars, whence
he had drawn forth A passionate light such for his spirit was fit And yet that spirit knew-not in the hour Of its own fervor-what had o'er it power.
Some, when they take revenge, are desirous, the party should know, whence
Then the straw began and said: 'Dear friends, from whence
do you come here?