Grant that we may come again rejoicing to this season, and from that season onwards
for many a year.
Giving the sailor a piece of money in return for his civility, Dantes proceeded onwards
; but ere he had gone many steps he heard the man loudly calling him to stop.
And from then onwards
to the time of the death of King Stephen the Saxon Chronicle was kept.
So when Zarathustra thus ascended the mountain, he thought on the way of his many solitary wanderings from youth onwards
, and how many mountains and ridges and summits he had already climbed.
And the characteristic aspect of westerly weather, the thick, gray, smoky and sinister tone sets in, circumscribing the view of the men, drenching their bodies, oppressing their souls, taking their breath away with booming gusts, deafening, blinding, driving, rushing them onwards
in a swaying ship towards our coasts lost in mists and rain.
On the third of September, finding that the mountain still stretched onwards
, presenting a continued barrier, they endeavored to force a passage to the westward, but soon became entangled among rocks and precipices which set all their efforts at defiance.
Napoleon's historians themselves tell us that from Smolensk onwards
he wished to stop, knew the danger of his extended position, and knew that the occupation of Moscow would not be the end of the campaign, for he had seen at Smolensk the state in which Russian towns were left to him, and had not received a single reply to his repeated announcements of his wish to negotiate.
The rabbit here did something tricky with a hole in the ground, but Porthos tore onwards
in full faith that the game was being played fairly, and always returned panting and puzzling but glorious.
"I shall take up the inquiry again," I went on, "at the point where I dropped it; and I shall follow it onwards
, step by step, till I come to the present time.
The two then went onwards
amid the fallen armour and the blood, and came presently to the company of Thracian soldiers, who were sleeping, tired out with their day's toil; their goodly armour was lying on the ground beside them all orderly in three rows, and each man had his yoke of horses beside him.
"Then I'll just finish my pipe in starting the first one," said Professor Summerlee; and from that time onwards
we never trusted ourselves again without a watchman.
Its wound had not weakened it, for it shot onwards
with great rapidity.