The more I thought of Perry the less pleasure I took in my new-found
This, we may say, is the one moot question that this new-found
document clears up.
Inured to danger, she maintained her self-possession in the face of the startling surprise which her new-found
consciousness revealed to her.
Neither had success as yet affected their boyish simplicity and the frankness of old frontier habits; they played with their new-found
riches with the naive delight of children, and rehearsed their glowing future with the importance and triviality of school-boys.
To experiment with my new-found
toy I thought to surprise him into revealing this combination and so I asked him in a casual manner how he had managed to unlock the massive doors for me from the inner chambers of the building.
`It may seem odd to you, but it was two days before I could follow up the new-found
clue in what was manifestly the proper way.
Never had the ape-man fought so terrible a battle since that long-gone day when Bolgani, the great king gorilla had so horribly manhandled him ere the new-found
knife had, by accident, pricked the savage heart.
So jealous was the black of his new-found
toy that he would not return to the village of Numabo, but insisted on making camp close beside the plane, lest in some inconceivable fashion it should be stolen from him.
At recognition of Skipper's voice, Jerry, floundering in the stiff and crisping sea that sprang up with the easement of the wind, yelped eagerly and yearningly, all his love for his new-found
beloved eloquent in his throat.
Mrs Miller no sooner heard that Jones was alone (for she had not yet seen him since his release from prison) than she came eagerly into the room, and, advancing towards Jones, wished him heartily joy of his new-found
uncle and his happy reconciliation; adding, "I wish I could give you joy on another account, my dear child; but anything so inexorable I never saw."
Bert felt acutely cold, but he wasn't mountain-sick; he put on the coat and overcoat and gloves Butteridge had discarded--put them over the "Desert Dervish" sheet that covered his cheap best suit--and sat very still for a long, time, overawed by the new-found
quiet of the world.
They knelt together, and the good man prayed,--for there are some feelings so agitated and tumultuous, that they can find rest only by being poured into the bosom of Almighty love,--and then, rising up, the new-found
family embraced each other, with a holy trust in Him, who from such peril and dangers, and by such unknown ways, had brought them together.