He survived this ill-judged marriage but two years.
They've got some peculiarly isolated valley or tableland up there, and their primeval customs have survived. That's all there is to it."
When their weary years of servitude were over, if they survived, they might obtain land of their own or settle as free mechanics in the towns.
When day broke the wreck could be seen from the mainland, but the misery of the unfortunate persons who survived was even more plain to William Darling and his family.
And so angry and energetic was the little man that in a brief space the melon patch was a scene of awful devastation, and the surrey contained all the fruit that survived the massacre.
Those men who survived those eager to obey, eager to live for one another, since they had nothing else to vindicate them--those men could neither carry on, nor preserve what they had received.
Mr. Bennet had very often wished before this period of his life that, instead of spending his whole income, he had laid by an annual sum for the better provision of his children, and of his wife, if she survived him.
Harrowby Hall was closed, and the heir to the estate was in London, where to him in his chambers came the same experience that his father had gone through, saving only that, being younger and stronger, he survived the shock.
It was decided between them that every article should be bought ready-made and seamed, and that the first week of the New Year, if indeed Mrs. Sutton survived the bazaar, should be entirely and absolutely devoted to Anna's business.
The belief in witchcraft had long ago passed away with the smoke of the fagots from old and New England, but it survived far into this century in Kentucky and the lower halves of Indiana and Illinois--touched with a peculiar tinge of African magic.