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As they were still galloping, without exchanging a word, Christie began to slacken her speed; George did the same.
and how often was he thrown into complete dismay by some rushing blast, howling among the trees, in the idea that it was the Galloping Hessian on one of his nightly scourings!
I say, fellers," said Marks, "you jist go round and pick up Tom, there, while I run and get on to my horse to go back for help,--that's you;" and, without minding the hootings and jeers of his company, Marks was as good as his word, and was soon seen galloping away.
I roared as loud as I could, and the nag came galloping towards me, whereupon she quitted her grasp, with the utmost reluctancy, and leaped upon the opposite bank, where she stood gazing and howling all the time I was putting on my clothes.
In less than a quarter of an hour, Dorian Gray was galloping down the long avenue as hard as he could go.
You are looking for the Mother Dragon's mare who is galloping about among the clouds.
More business he demanded, and more, and more, until his captains, like a thirty-horse team of galloping horses, became very nearly uncontrollable.
They were the tracks of unshod ponies, three of them, and the ponies had been galloping.
They were galloping rapidly toward the camp in plain view of all.
They are flogging the horses, and galloping as hard as they can.
There were shrieks and shouts, and suddenly a mounted policeman came galloping through the confusion with his hands clasped over his head, screaming.
The three carbineers looked about carefully on every side, saw the young peasants, and galloping up, began to question them.