The capadors stepped forth and flared their capes, but he refused to charge
We shall not detain the reader with a description of the captious discussions that occupied the court for the first two hours, Judge Temple had impressed on the jury, in his charge
, the necessity for dispatch on their part, recommending to their notice, from motives of humanity, the prisoners in the jail as the first objects of their attention.
As the Heliumite's point pricked his green hide, Hortan Gur turned upon his adversary with a snarl, but at the same instant two of his chieftains called to him to hasten, for the charge
of the fair-skinned inhabitants of the city was developing into a more serious matter than the Torquasians had anticipated.
Sabin said, sitting down in a high-backed wooden chair; "I decline to move until the charge
against me is properly explained."
While I was in charge
of the Indian boys at Hampton, I had one or two experiences which illustrate the curious workings of caste in America.
These manoeuvres Tarzan knew would continue until the blacks had worked themselves into a state of hysterical courage sufficient to sustain them for a short charge
toward the village, and even though he doubted that they would reach it at the first attempt, he believed that at the second or the third they would swarm through the gateway, when the outcome could not be aught than the extermination of Tarzan's bold, but unarmed and undisciplined, defenders.
The whole of that week he experienced a sensation such as a man might have set in charge
of a dangerous madman, afraid of the madman, and at the same time, from being with him, fearing for his own reason.
Chanleu, whose fire at one time repulsed the royal regiment, thought that the moment was come to pursue it; but it was reformed and led again to the charge
by the Duc de Chatillon in person.
"What if they do charge
?" asked the girl; "there is no means of escape."
Decide at once whether you will remain under my charge
, or whether you will transfer yourself to the charge
of the police."
In another moment he would be clear of the underbrush and ready for the rapid charge
and the quick retreat that would end the brief existence of Teeka's balu.
'A young fogle-hunter,' replied the man who had Oliver in charge