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And as they marched, Achmet Zek rode with his entire following southward toward the Greystoke farm.
On the following morning they abandoned the main course of the Spanish River, and taking a northwest direction for eight miles, came upon one of its little tributaries, issuing out of the bosom of the mountains, and running through green meadows, yielding pasturage to herds of buffalo.
On the following morning, when Cornelius got up to drag himself to the window, he perceived a paper which had been slipped under the door.
On the twenty-fourth day of December following we had one man killed, and one wounded, by the Indians, who seemed determined to persecute us for erecting this fortification.
On the 25th of October, 1892, the following note appeared in the latest edition of the "Temps":
About nine o'clock the moon was sufficiently bright for me to proceed on my way and I had no difficulty in following the trail at a fast walk, and in some places at a brisk trot until, about midnight, I reached the water hole where Powell had expected to camp.
On the following morning, the horses were turned loose at the peep of day; to slake their thirst, if possible, from the dew collected on the sparse grass, here and there springing up among dry sand-banks.
I saw you--turn away from the station--just before I got there--and I have been following you all this way
When he realised that Lady Arabella was bound for the Castle, he devoted himself to following her with singleness of purpose.
On the next day, in its number of January 15th, the Daily Telegraph published an article couched in the following terms:
As long as this news remained unofficial it was possible to doubt it, but the next day the following communication was received from Count Rostopchin: