When Father Holt was at Castlewood little Harry Esmond acted as his familiar little servitor, beating his clothes, folding his vestments, fetching his water from the well long before daylight, ready to run anywhere for the service of his beloved priest.
As it was very dirty she began to rub it, that it might fetch a higher price.
Go, fetch her hither presently.
that's a bad complaint," continues the good-natured Captain; "and the coach is in the yard to fetch the doctor, I suppose?"
34:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 34:2 Command the children of Israel, and say unto them, When ye come into the land of Canaan; (this is the land that shall fall unto you for an inheritance, even the land of Canaan with the coasts thereof:) 34:3 Then your south quarter shall be from the wilderness of Zin along by the coast of Edom, and your south border shall be the outmost coast of the salt sea eastward: 34:4 And your border shall turn from the south to the ascent of Akrabbim, and pass on to Zin: and the going forth thereof shall be from the south to Kadeshbarnea, and shall go on to Hazaraddar, and pass on to Azmon: 34:5 And the border shall fetch a compass from Azmon unto the river of Egypt, and the goings out of it shall be at the sea.
This Caliban Prospero found in the woods, a strange misshapen thing, far less human in form than an ape: he took him home to his cell, and taught him to speak; and Prospero would have been very kind to him, but the bad nature, which Caliban inherited from his mother Sycorax, would not let him learn any thing good or useful: therefore he was employed like a slave, to fetch wood, and do the most laborious offices; and Ariel had the charge of compelling him to these services.
After a few moments, the Brahmin again cast his eye towards his own natal soil; on beholding which, he fetched a deep sigh, and, if I was not mistaken, I saw a rising tear.
And with the end, the commissioner, in each case, fetched a deep breath, resumed his natural voice, and proceeded to business. "
"Well, lend me a couple of pounds, then, or else run back and fetch my pocket-book," he added, with a sly grin.
"'Twas tu fetch down this 'ere London jintle-man as comed on here wi' him to-day, I tell 'ee.
My father was in no very affluent circumstances, and it was a sad necessity which he was put to, of having to go many miles to fetch any thing he wanted from the nearest village, which was full seven miles distant, through a sad miry way that at all times made it heavy walking, and after rain was almost impassable.
27:43 Now therefore, my son, obey my voice; arise, flee thou to Laban my brother to Haran; 27:44 And tarry with him a few days, until thy brother’s fury turn away; 27:45 Until thy brother’s anger turn away from thee, and he forget that which thou hast done to him: then I will send, and fetch thee from thence: why should I be deprived also of you both in one day?
"You look hipped and rather slack, Tom," she said when he got up and Gavin fetched a chair.
C. fetched glass of water, leaving her alone in room.
And then he went to fetch a bottle, in which he had some choice old rye.
"JACK and GILL went up the bill To fetch a pail of water; JACK fell down and broke his crown, And GILL came tumbling after."
Jul. I wou'd go make a Visit to my Aunt, my Sister Clara's there, and I'll go fetch her home.
Then again a real fine skin has fetched as much as thirty-six hundred dollars in London markets."
"'Fetch a policeman, Peter,' ses Ginger.
And why had he gone to fetch money in Normandy?
Fetch me straightway my horse and armor and I will go immediately forth and so deal with yonder champion of ladies that he shall never take trouble upon their account again."
The trusty scholar appeared immediately, and under pretence of fetching food, the two neophytes eloped to the amphitheatre.
* * * * * After Edith had written and sent her letter to Aylmer in the morning, Mrs Ottley the elder came to fetch the children to dine, and Edith told Miss Townsend to go for the afternoon.
I'll go and fetch 'im now; but, mind, if you scream you'll spoil everything."
Fetch all the bags an' brooms an' scythes.
14:2 And Joab sent to Tekoah, and fetched thence a wise woman, and said unto her, I pray thee, feign thyself to be a mourner, and put on now mourning apparel, and anoint not thyself with oil, but be as a woman that had a long time mourned for the dead: 14:3 And come to the king, and speak on this manner unto him.
"They're always in demand down New York ways, whar they fetch a dollar a pound for the saddles," he explained; "and let me tell yuh it doesn't take a great many o' them to weigh that much.
Then she fetched a piece of chalk, and marked two or three doors on each side in the same manner, saying nothing to her master or mistress.
He fetched his stick, and we went down the oak-tree walk.
Here, Rag, run and fetch her a Pint of Sack--there's no other way of quenching the Fire in her flabber Chops.
And now his grandmother's furniture began to appear; and a great cart-load of it from her best bedroom was speedily arranged in Willie's late quarters, and as soon as they were ready for her, Mrs Macmichael set out in a post-chaise to fetch her mother.
"And bid them fetch the ladders Owned by my sire the King; And the seven mules that carry them Into my presence bring.
Seeing which, the Sergeant fetched his hat and stick, and volunteered to accompany him a little way.
He gave one glance at the contents of the letter, asked for his A.B.C. Railway Guide, and ordered him (Robertson) to pack his bag at once and fetch him a cab.
Fetch out your bread and your grain, and fear not that these little twitterers will ever over-burden the city.
When you had the presence of mind to suggest that Benwick would be the properest person to fetch a surgeon, you could have little idea of his being eventually one of those most concerned in her recovery."
Run and fetch me a clean white pair, Jane, and bring down the surprise we got for Esther--see how disapproving she looks.
Perhaps you would rather wait while I fetch a light."
Vincy fetched the letters.
Phinuit fetched a pocket flash-lamp, and the three reconnoitred exhaustively the quarters of the deck in which the apparition had manifested itself to the woman.
She stood three or four more prods, and then, not being able to stand it any longer without expressing her feelings in some way, she unhooked one leg and fetched the Dwarf a kick on the side of the head that reminded him that it was about time for him to get into his own room and lock the door, and convinced him that there ain't a bit of exaggeration in the tough stories that they tell about the kicking powers of an army mule.
You might fetch your friend, Gifford."
Fetch me some drink, somebody.
The latter had gone to fetch a coat, and he had occupied the few moments of waiting with Ina's letter.
He immediately conducted them into the house, where, his wife having fetched a candle, and two others from the village being present, the good, pious man having asked several questions as to their names and their age and where they were from, and having added his blessing, the ceremony was performed, and the certificate duly signed by those present from the village--the men who had come ashore from the brigantine alone refusing to set their hands to any paper.
42:16 Send one of you, and let him fetch your brother, and ye shall be kept in prison, that your words may be proved, whether there be any truth in you: or else by the life of Pharaoh surely ye are spies.
"Where I ought to have gone at first," he said humbly; "into the forest to fetch my boy."
"My boys will fetch your boxes," called Heywood. "
When there was company at his house, he would send me into his cellar and other parts of his house to fetch wine and other articles occasionally for them.
You're always fetching some Mexican stuff, and that's why, I guess."