He has threatened you in order to induce you to elope with him?"
The trusty scholar appeared immediately, and under pretence of fetching food, the two neophytes eloped to the amphitheatre.
Once he read to her that wonderful sad tale of Hans Christian Andersen's which treats of the china chimney-sweep and the shepherdess, who eloped from their bedizened tiny parlor-table, and were frightened by the vastness of the world outside, and crept ignominiously back to their fit home.
He could not recall them with Peter Siner moving restlessly about the room, glancing through the window, unsettled, nervous, on the verge of eloping with a negress.
" Whether this strain permeated the diary which Lady Mary left behind her when she eloped in 1712, and which was destroyed by one of her sisters, no one can say; but it is a curious fact that the diary she kept in later years was destroyed by her devoted daughter, Lady Bute.
"I make it a rule," said she, "never to elope on Fridays.
I suppose we shall have to elope at once now, though?" Charteris gave her no immediate answer.
I'll have Jack Hood scared she's going to elope before morning, and Jack will do the rest.
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Three pairs of the same species of deer were left to roam at large on the picturesque elopes throughout the day, and to return to their home at pleasure.
"When Ratnavati eloped under another name, she engaged a woman to accompany her as a servant; and this woman one day having committed some fault, was beaten by her master, who scolded her and told her she was lazy, thievish, and impudent.
Dogs must think us awfully irrational beasts, and yetdoes that Hound really think you could elope for ever and be no more seen, with nothing on but pyjamas and a towel?
But I must own, that it is past my comprehension, that a wife can resent any thing a husband can do (that is not a breach of the peace) so far as to think herself justified for eloping from him.
Instead of eloping in the conventional way, she should have come to an understanding with me.
And when, in the midst of the holidays, his father was called out of town, B.J. went to bed, and could hardly fall asleep under the conspiracies he began to form for eloping on one last escapade with the ice-boat.
" When Kew had recovered from a foolish astonishment at hearing that Mr. Russell was known to others as Herbert, he said, "We're lookingnot very seriouslyfor my sister, who seems to have eloped by herself to the west coast, without leaving us her address.