Hunt now set to work with all diligence, to prepare caches, in which to deposit the baggage and merchandise, of which it would be necessary to disburden
themselves, preparatory to their weary march by land: and here we shall give a brief description of those contrivances, so noted in the wilderness.
Equally unfit for self-government and self-defense, it has long been at the mercy of its powerful neighbors; who have lately had the mercy to disburden
it of one third of its people and territories.
When we have new perception, we shall gladly disburden
the memory of its hoarded treasures as old rubbish.
For many are the Trees of God that grow In Paradise, and various, yet unknown To us, in such abundance lies our choice, As leaves a greater store of Fruit untoucht, Still hanging incorruptible, till men Grow up to thir provision, and more hands Help to disburden
Nature of her Bearth.
himself of everything he had to relate to his bathing friends, he left them to their aquatic disports, and proceeded onward with the captain and his companions.
She promised to do this, and she mentioned to me that when, for a moment, disburdened
, delighted, he held her hand, thanking her for the sacrifice, she already felt rewarded."
I had been for some hours extremely pressed by the necessities of nature; which was no wonder, it being almost two days since I had last disburdened
Poyser, however, though she noticed the bonnet, deferred remarking on it until she had disburdened
herself of her surprise at Mr.
Having now disburdened
himself of his great surprise, the schoolmaster sat down, and drawing Nell to his side, told her how he had learnt that ancient tenement had been occupied for a very long time by an old person, nearly a hundred years of age, who kept the keys of the church, opened and closed it for the services, and showed it to strangers; how she had died not many weeks ago, and nobody had yet been found to fill the office; how, learning all this in an interview with the sexton, who was confined to his bed by rheumatism, he had been bold to make mention of his fellow-traveller, which had been so favourably received by that high authority, that he had taken courage, acting on his advice, to propound the matter to the clergyman.
Snodgrass are we indebted for the particulars recorded in this and the succeeding chapter--particulars which, now that we have disburdened
our consciences, we shall proceed to detail without further comment.
And that Charles's sister's tale-bearing tongue should be relevant to the building of a Yukon fire, was apparent only to Mercedes, who disburdened
herself of copious opinions upon that topic, and incidentally upon a few other traits unpleasantly peculiar to her husband's family.
He turned short on his heel and began to walk up and down the room with an air of having disburdened
himself of the final pronouncement of his life--of having said something on which he would not go back, even if he could.