hasten on

See: dispatch
References in classic literature ?
There was nothing for me but to hasten on in advance and keep out of the light of their torch.
When any extraordinary scene presents itself (as we trust will often be the case), we shall spare no pains nor paper to open it at large to our reader; but if whole years should pass without producing anything worthy his notice, we shall not be afraid of a chasm in our history; but shall hasten on to matters of consequence, and leave such periods of time totally unobserved.
So hasten on, good Breeze, and bring me quickly to my journey's end.