"It was on the evening before his departure, as he wished still once to visit the Lei and offer to the Nymph of the Rhine his Sighs, the tones
of his Zither, and his Songs.
They now let him go on alone; and as he went, his breast was filled more and more with the forest solitude; but he still heard the little bell with which the others were so satisfied, and now and then, when the wind blew, he could also hear the people singing who were sitting at tea where the confectioner had his tent; but the deep sound of the bell rose louder; it was almost as if an organ were accompanying it, and the tones
came from the left hand, the side where the heart is placed.
Henrietta heard this remark; she smiled, and without turning her head towards him, but giving only to the tone
of her voice that inflection of gentle reproach, and languid impertinence, which women and princesses so well know how to assume, she murmured, "I have already hinted, my lord, that you must have taken leave of your senses."
His deep voice dropped suddenly to a low and quiet tone
as he spoke the parting words.
These words, uttered in a tone
of surprise and reproach, drew upon this unknown personage the attention of the archdeacon which, to tell the truth, had not been diverted from him a single moment since the stranger had set foot across the threshold of his cell.
Have not names and tones
been given unto things that man may refresh himself with them?
The sound that had disturbed her was the distant murmur of men's voices (apparently two in number) talking together in lowered tones
, at the garden entrance to the conservatory.
Are you here on leave?" he went on in his usual tone
`Serpent, I say again!' repeated the Pigeon, but in a more subdued tone
, and added with a kind of sob, `I've tried every way, and nothing seems to suit them!'
Captain Blunt with smiling formality introduced me by name, adding with a certain relaxation of the formal tone
the comment: "The Monsieur George!
"Well, sir," I said in an apologetic tone
, "she was going eleven knots very nicely, and I thought she would do for another half-hour or so."
Of what in other worlds shall be--and given In beauty by our God, to those alone Who otherwise would fall from life and Heaven Drawn by their heart's passion, and that tone
, That high tone
of the spirit which hath striven Though not with Faith-with godliness--whose throne With desperate energy 't hath beaten down; Wearing its own deep feeling as a crown.