I lay abed and read and rested from my journey's fatigues
the remainder of that Sunday, but I sent my agent to represent me at the afternoon service, for I never allow anything to interfere with my habit of attending church twice every Sunday.
Roused to new ardor, they forgot, for a time, their fatigues
, and hurried down the mountain, dragging their jaded horses after them, and sometimes compelling them to slide a distance of thirty or forty feet at a time.
"He died at the age of thirty-nine, from the consequences of his long fatigues
. They thought they had done enough in decreeing him the prize of the Geographical Society in 1828; the highest honors would have been paid to him in England.
They entered Oxford, but she could take only a hasty glimpse of Edmund's college as they passed along, and made no stop anywhere till they reached Newbury, where a comfortable meal, uniting dinner and supper, wound up the enjoyments and fatigues
of the day.
It was still early, when the fatigues
of the day brought on a drowsy longing for perfect rest, and she laid down her head, looking at the faint, dying flush in the west, where the one golden lamp was getting brighter and brighter.
Though our place of residence at Diou is one of the most beautiful in all the Indies, we stayed there only a few days, and as soon as we had recovered our fatigues
went on board the ships that were appointed to convoy the northern fleet.
Never once did he complain of the length or fatigue
of a journey, never make an objection to pack his portmanteau for whatever country it might be, or however far away, whether China or Congo.
Beauly (supposed to be worn out by fatigue
) want in that part of the house at half-past two in the morning?
A happy circumstance for poor Sophia; whose fears, joined to her fatigue
, had almost overpowered her spirits; but she was now instantly relieved by a female voice, that greeted her in the softest manner, and with the utmost civility.
For several miles Worson went on very well, at an easy gait, without apparent fatigue
, for he had really great powers of endurance and was not sufficiently intoxicated to enfeeble them.
After leaving the road the man slackened his pace, and now went forward, rather deviously, with a distinct feeling of fatigue
. He could not account for this, though truly the interminable loquacity of that country doctor offered itself in explanation.
Pickwick, though able to sustain a very considerable amount of exertion and fatigue
, was not proof against such a combination of attacks as he had undergone on the memorable night, recorded in the last chapter.