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With an amazing endurance he harangued till past midnight, and when the exhausted Slatin, who hard attended him throughout the crisis, lay down upon the ground to sleep, he knew that his master's succession was assured; for, says he, 'I heard the passers-by loud in their praises of the late Mahdi, and assuring each other of their firm resolve to support his successor.'
Thus urged, Pate seated himself, and in loud if not mellifluous tones sang as follows: The summer day's faded and starlight is streaming In beautiful showers from heaven above; And welcome sweet midnight!
To persons standing alone on a hill during a clear midnight such as this, the roll of the world eastward is almost a palpable movement.
CHAPTER XLV TROY'S ROMANTICISM WHEN Troy's wife had left the house at the previous midnight his first act was to cover the dead from sight.
That first kiss--alone in the darkness of that peril-haunted midnight--had kindled the Fire of the Live Coal; that one long, golden day, they two alone together, had riveted the burning link.
None of them ever forgot that weird midnight walk back to Ringborough.
We will reserve that sort of thing for the mighty ocean and the lonely midnight.
Rapidly and gloriously the hours flew by and the deep midnight came.
I was expected at sharp midnight, and I am late.”
The night express for the south was not due till near midnight, and to fill up the time I went up on the hillside and fell asleep, for the walk had tired me.