1 Then there came a sudden peace to me.
2 I feel a wonderful peace and rest to-night.
3 The mere beauty seemed to cheer me; there was peace and comfort in every breath I drew.
4 When I came back from the window Lucy had lain down again, and was sleeping peacefully.
5 He says it would have been a sin to, for I slept peacefully and was forgetting my trouble.
6 There was a smile on her face, and it was evident that no bad dreams had come to disturb her peace of mind.
7 She was breathing naturally and looked so well and peaceful that we agreed that the sleep was better for her than anything else.
8 Blood is too precious a thing in these days of dishonourable peace; and the glories of the great races are as a tale that is told.
9 Before they retired the Professor fixed up the room against any coming of the Vampire, and assured Mrs. Harker that she might rest in peace.
10 He, poor fellow, must have one hour that will make the very face of heaven grow black to him; then we can act for good all round and send him peace.
11 There was gladness and mirth and peace everywhere, for we were at rest ourselves on one account, and we were glad, though it was with a tempered joy.
12 I shall be glad as long as I live that even in that moment of final dissolution, there was in the face a look of peace, such as I never could have imagined might have rested there.
13 My brain was all in a whirl, and only that there came through all the multitude of horrors, the holy ray of light that my dear, dear Lucy was at last at peace, I do not think I could have borne it without making a scene.
14 The branch of wild rose on his coffin keep him that he move not from it; a sacred bullet fired into the coffin kill him so that he be true dead; and as for the stake through him, we know already of its peace; or the cut-off head that giveth rest.