1 But Captain Smollett made no change in his arrangements.
2 At the same moment, she yawed sharply and seemed to change her course.
3 The doctor changed countenance a little, but next moment he was master of himself.
4 Suddenly the captain spoke up again, and I thought his voice was a little changed.
5 THE appearance of the island when I came on deck next morning was altogether changed.
6 Jim," the doctor interrupted, and his voice was quite changed, "Jim, I can't have this.
7 But even a small change in the disposition of the weight will produce violent changes in the behaviour of a coracle.
8 But even a small change in the disposition of the weight will produce violent changes in the behaviour of a coracle.
9 All the time he lived with us the captain made no change whatever in his dress but to buy some stockings from a hawker.
10 Any of the under-gamekeepers would gladly have changed places with him; but such was not the squire's pleasure, and the squire's pleasure was like law among them all.
11 I had half a mind to change my plan and destroy their boats, but I feared that Silver and the others might be close at hand, and all might very well be lost by trying for too much.
12 Silver was a changed man once he was out there and had his back to his friends and the block house; his cheeks seemed to have fallen in, his voice trembled; never was a soul more dead in earnest.
13 The sight of the trees so near at hand had almost made me sick with longing, but the current had soon carried me past the point, and as the next reach of sea opened out, I beheld a sight that changed the nature of my thoughts.
14 Once I stepped out myself into the road, but he immediately called me back, and as I did not obey quick enough for his fancy, a most horrible change came over his tallowy face, and he ordered me in with an oath that made me jump.
15 At the first outset, heavy, miry ground and a matted, marish vegetation greatly delayed our progress; but by little and little the hill began to steepen and become stony under foot, and the wood to change its character and to grow in a more open order.
16 Every thought of his soul had been set full-stretch, like a racer, on that money; well, he was brought up, in a single second, dead; and he kept his head, found his temper, and changed his plan before the others had had time to realize the disappointment.
17 Sitting by the fire in the housekeeper's room, I approached that island in my fancy from every possible direction; I explored every acre of its surface; I climbed a thousand times to that tall hill they call the Spy-glass, and from the top enjoyed the most wonderful and changing prospects.
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