1 The cat, unnoticed, had crept up on muffled paws from Zeena's seat to the table, and was stealthily elongating its body in the direction of the milk-jug, which stood between Ethan and Mattie.
2 He dropped back into his seat and hid his face in his hands.
3 Zeena came into the room with her dragging down-at-the-heel step, and quietly took her accustomed seat between them.
4 When supper was over she rose from her seat and pressed her hand to the flat surface over the region of her heart.
5 Zeena, who had gone back to her seat by the stove, did not lift her head from her book as he passed.
6 He flung the bearskin into the sleigh, climbed to the seat, and drove up to the house.
7 He sprang to his seat and bent over to tuck the rug about her as she slipped into the place at his side.
8 He took his seat on the sled and Mattie instantly placed herself in front of him.
9 Her breath in his neck set him shuddering again, and he almost sprang from his seat.
10 She rose from her seat to watch him.
11 Carreen, who was small for her age, could not kneel comfortably at the table and so knelt facing a chair, her elbows on the seat.
12 Mammy, as head woman of the plantation, had remained to help Ellen, and it was Dilcey who rode on the driver's seat beside Toby, the girls' dancing dresses in a long box across her lap.
13 And the voice went off into a whisper as the granddaughter slipped out to try to induce Mr. McRae to return to his seat in the shade.
14 India rose tiredly from her seat beneath the arbor and went toward the angry Stuart Tarleton.
15 Far across the long room before the hearth, the seven-foot sofa, Ashley's favorite seat, reared its high back, like some huge sleeping animal.