She spoke little; what she said impressed Chillon's chief, Owain Wythan was glad to tell her.
The Prisoner of Chillon, with introduction and explanatory notes by Th.
Chillon's chief was hurrying the embarkation of his troops; within ten days the whole expedition would be afloat.
Half the money due to Chillon would have saved him from ruin.
The proud Southerner now knew, like the prisoner at Chillon, what it was to feel the hair turn white.
Chillon saw paragraphs marked, pages dog-eared, for reference.
Chillon's powders for guns and blasting interested him, and he proposed to ride over from Barlings to witness a test of them.
He was the cause of Chillon's ruin and this adventure to restore his fortunes.
The finest aspect of Chillon is from a point just a few hundred meters out into the lake.
Chillon above all impressed me by its situation and its associations.