Rita had often come hither in the daytime, during the week that had now passed since her arrival at the mountain camp.
An Artaud, their ancestor, had come hither and settled like a pariah in this waste.
He began even to persuade himself that he had done well, since he had come hither, not to talk politely, but to get money.
You are a spy of his enemies, and a revolutionary, come hither to ruin our religion and our State.
Reader, if you love the things of our ancient Spain, come hither.
But the church and all in it seemed to say: "If ever you are in heavy trouble, come hither to me."
He takes it upon him to come hither, if it be agreeable to me.
For this cause I am come hither, to pray you to give me three gifts.
May the undying Gods bless the threshold of this Gate, and oft may I come hither to taste of your kindness!
Seaman,” said Ludar, “relieve the maiden at the helm, and bid her come hither.