"If I had money," said the page, "I would ask senor ape what will happen me in the peregrination
I am making."
"In this dismal gloom of nocturnal peregrination
his horse unexpectedly stood still.
After slipping among oozy piles and planks, stumbling up wet steps and encountering many salt difficulties, the passengers entered on their comfortless peregrination
along the pier; where all the French vagabonds and English outlaws in the town (half the population) attended to prevent their recovery from bewilderment.
These he would astonish and delight by the hour, with prodigious tales of his doings among the Indians; and of the wonders he had seen, and the wonders he had performed, in his adventurous peregrinations
among the mountains.
At their hospitable boards I occasionally met with partners, and clerks, and hardy fur traders from the interior posts; men who had passed years remote from civilized society, among distant and savage tribes, and who had wonders to recount of their wide and wild peregrinations
, their hunting exploits, and their perilous adventures and hair-breadth escapes among the Indians.
In pronouncing these words, he drew a sharp knife across the guide-rope by which I was suspended, and as we then happened to be precisely over my own house, (which, during my peregrinations
, had been handsomely rebuilt,) it so occurred that I tumbled headlong down the ample chimney and alit upon the dining-room hearth.
She followed the others in their peregrinations
from pool to pool, clasping her Bible and quarterly tightly and thinking with bitterness of soul of her beloved class where she should be sitting that very moment, before a teacher she adored.
Dobbin was quite justified in repeating the General's information to any officers of the regiment whom he should see in the course of his peregrinations
; accordingly he imparted it to Ensign Stubble, whom he met at the agent's, and who--such was his military ardour--went off instantly to purchase a new sword at the accoutrement-maker's.
Micawber, 'that your peregrinations
in this metropolis have not as yet been extensive, and that you might have some difficulty in penetrating the arcana of the Modern Babylon in the direction of the City Road, - in short,' said Mr.
It has so chanced that I met with a Spaniard in my peregrinations
who had seen many countries, and among them the New World."
In Haiphong, when they got there after a course of most unprofitable peregrinations
(during which the ship was nearly lost twice), he got himself, in Mr.
Meantime, Natalia Haldin was telling Razumov briefly of our peregrinations
from one end of Geneva to the other.