1 On this hint we all rose to depart.
2 It rose under my hand, and the door yielded.
3 It was too much for Mrs. Joe, who immediately rose.
4 "We are friends," said I, rising and bending over her, as she rose from the bench.
5 She presently rose from her seat, and looked about the blighted room for the means of writing.
6 When he had drunk this second time, he rose from the bench on which he sat, and pushed the table aside.
7 It was a dark night, though the full moon rose as I left the enclosed lands, and passed out upon the marshes.
8 With my heart beating like a heavy hammer of disordered action, I rose out of my chair, and stood with my hand upon the back of it, looking wildly at him.
9 For she rose up in the chair, in her shroud of a dress, and struck at the air as if she would as soon have struck herself against the wall and fallen dead.
10 We were noticing this, and saying how that the mist rose with a change of wind from a certain quarter of our marshes, when we came upon a man, slouching under the lee of the turnpike house.
11 Our conference being now ended, and everything arranged, I rose to go; remarking to Herbert that he and I had better not go home together, and that I would take half an hour's start of him.
12 As I looked along the clustered roofs, with church-towers and spires shooting into the unusually clear air, the sun rose up, and a veil seemed to be drawn from the river, and millions of sparkles burst out upon its waters.
13 For the fugitive out on the marshes with the ironed leg, the mysterious young man, the file, the food, and the dreadful pledge I was under to commit a larceny on those sheltering premises, rose before me in the avenging coals.