The Sahibs prayed to their God; for in the centre of the Mess-table - its sole ornament when they were on the line of march
- stood a golden bull fashioned from old-time loot of the Summer Palace at Pekin - a red-gold bull with lowered head, ramping upon a field of Irish green.
Hunt took up his line of march
by land from the Arickara village, leaving Mr.
As the cavalcade took up the line of march
in single file, Sola dragged me into an empty chariot and we proceeded with the procession toward the point by which I had entered the city the day before.
In the fleeting instant of his vision his imagination had been so wrought upon by the apparent grace and ease and intention of the marvelous performance that it did not occur to him that the line of march
of aerial cavalry is directly downward, and that he could find the objects of his search at the very foot of the cliff.
There was also the ever-present danger of meeting some of Numabo's black warriors and as the village lay directly in their line of march
, there was the necessity for making a wide detour before they reached it in order to pass around it without being discovered.
He rode, in the line of march
, all prepared for action: his powder-flask and shot-pouch knowingly slung at the pommel of his saddle, to be at hand; his rifle balanced on his shoulder.
We shall see Paris only for a little while as we come back to take up our line of march
for the ship, and so I may as well bid the beautiful city a regretful farewell.
So the hyenas moved a little from our line of march
, closing in again upon their feasts when we had passed.
Fetes and brilliant displays received them everywhere along the line of march
. De Guiche and Buckingham forgot everything; De Guiche in his anxiety to prevent any fresh attempts on the part of the duke, and Buckingham, in his desire to awaken in the heart of the princess a softer remembrance of the country to which the recollection of many happy days belonged.
The Communists, therefore, are on the one hand, practically, the most advanced and resolute section of the working-class parties of every country, that section which pushes forward all others; on the other hand, theoretically, they have over the great mass of the proletariat the advantage of clearly understanding the line of march
, the conditions, and the ultimate general results of the proletarian movement.
We took up our line of march
and passed out of Cambenet at noon; and it seemed to me unaccountably strange and odd that the King of Eng- land and his chief minister, marching manacled and fettered and yoked, in a slave convoy, could move by all manner of idle men and women, and under windows where sat the sweet and the lovely, and yet never attract a curious eye, never provoke a single remark.
It was all too true to be disputed, and the unlucky man had to pocket his wrath with the best grace he was able, and all three faced to the right about, and took up their line of march
for the highway.