weeping, he exclaim'd, "Unless thy errand be some fresh revenge For Montaperto, wherefore troublest me?"
"What fool's errand is this, old man?"
I then detected that he had something important to tell, and that his errand was a source of gratification to him.
My errand is to you, fair youth; My gentle Phebe did bid me give you this.
He had believed that what he had to say was the most important thing, that this errand Bambi had sent him on was a stupid interruption.
He wanted to say that "no errand of hers could be a trouble to him," but the words stuck in his throat, or she would hardly have proceeded so graciously.
His errand was finished,--the last thing he could do for Mercy.
I have no curios to dispose of; my uncle's cabinet is bare to the wainscot; even were it still intact, I have done well on the Stock Exchange, and should more likely add to it than otherwise, and my errand to-day is simplicity itself.
"This errand can be no matter of a moment, like that of being sure of wine of the quality thou namest; or, if it be, thou canst first dispatch thy master's business, and then to the port, in quest of Stefano.