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“In the mystical moist night-air, and from time to time,”
“In the mystical moist night-air, and from time to time”
“When the night-air cools on the trout-ringed pools”
“The excitement of the quick ride through the night-air, the smallness of the party, the importance of the undertaking, the probable danger, and the uncertainty, had all seemed to him delightful; and the idea of rescuing a beautiful girl from the flames was more delightful than all; but the coarseness and cruelty of his General had destroyed the romance, and dissipated the illusion.”
““Would you favour me,” he asked, “by watching over her this one evening, and observing that she does nothing imprudent — does not, for instance, run out into the night-air immediately after dancing?””
“We found the night-air keen; or at least I did: he did not seem to feel it; but it was very still, and the star-sown sky spread cloudless.”
“I took a revel of the scene; I drank the elastic night-air — the swell of sound, the dubious light, now flashing, now fading.”
“So, out he went into the chill, fresh night-air, and round the corner into the quaint main-street of Gylingden, and walked down it in the dark, nearly to the last house by the corner of the”
“In spotted patches this light fell through the door and sides of a stable lantern, and showed me a ladder, down which, from an open skylight I suppose for the cool night-air floated in my face, came”
“Jack leaned out, taking deep breaths of the warm night-air.”
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