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I was to have gone by the boat train which left half an hour ago.
I understand that you have ordered a special train to Harwich.
Then they came upon vast tracts extending to the horizon, with jungles inhabited by snakes and tigers, which fled at the noise of the train; succeeded by forests penetrated by the railway, and still haunted by elephants which, with pensive eyes, gazed at the train as it passed.
At half-past twelve the train stopped at Burhampoor where Passepartout was able to purchase some Indian slippers, ornamented with false pearls, in which, with evident vanity, he proceeded to encase his feet.
Cutter showed his wife's ticket to the conductor, and settled her in her seat before the train moved off.
In and out, in and out we went, as fast as horseflesh could do it, and for a wonder had a good clear time on London Bridge, for there was a whole train of cabs and carriages all going our way at a quick trot, perhaps wanting to catch that very train.
We got front seats, and while the train moved along about fifty yards on level ground, I was not the least frightened; but now it started abruptly downstairs, and I caught my breath.
He it was who told me of the train that immediately preceded us.
It happens that I am going by this train," said Trefusis.
After George counted his money he looked out of the window and was surprised to see that the train was still in Winesburg.
The train once arrested, the most superficial stare could take in many features of the tragedy.
Thought that train would never come," observed the boy.