You who gave me your heart -- The chariot creaks to depart
. Is this a time for delay?
"Will you depart--will you depart
, if I give you that you demand?"
The effects of the gas departed
as rapidly as they had overcome him so that as he opened his eyes he was in full possession of all his faculties.
For instance, I have seen even fond mothers so far indulge their guileless, elegant daughters--misses of fifteen or sixteen--as to give them a few gold coins and teach them how to play; and though the young ladies may have won or have lost, they have invariably laughed, and departed
as though they were well pleased.
Thus Swaran and his warriors departed
, and Fingal, calling his men together, set forth to hunt.
"Here are your instructions," replied the officer, placing the folded paper in his hands; and turning round towards D'Artagnan, "Come, monsieur," said he, in an agitated voice (such despair did he behold in that man of iron), "do me the favor to depart
The moment Sophia was departed
, Jones advanced in a very suppliant manner to Mr Western, whom the parson held in his arms, and begged him to be pacified; for that, while he continued in such a passion, it would be impossible to give him any satisfaction.
He revolved a thousand plans by which he should be enabled to prolong the deceit until it might be no longer necessary, and secretly to take his daughter with him when he departed
. His plans were facilitated by the news which arrived from Paris.
Then there was a dispute about who saw the dead boys last in life, and many claimed that dismal dis- tinction, and offered evidences, more or less tampered with by the witness; and when it was ultimately decided who DID see the departed
last, and exchanged the last words with them, the lucky parties took upon them- selves a sort of sacred importance, and were gaped at and envied by all the rest.
They obtain leave, with some difficulty, to depart
The days of Socrates are drawing to a close; the fatal ship has been seen off Sunium, as he is informed by his aged friend and contemporary Crito, who visits him before the dawn has broken; he himself has been warned in a dream that on the third day he must depart
. Time is precious, and Crito has come early in order to gain his consent to a plan of escape.
The Inman steamer did not depart
till the next day, and could not cross the Atlantic in time to save the wager.