Gosse blushed crimson at finding himself so unexpectedly singled out; and faltered out that he had forgotten.
Gosse found the country generally poor and destitute of water.
Gosse tells us that it is still a common belief in Jamaica that crested snakes exist there which crow like a cock.
I knew we were now in the very country that had driven Mr. Gosse back.
Mr. Gosse has never allowed the chains of the critical vocation to weigh heavily upon him.
I cannot make them out to be Mr. Gosse's; they must be Mr. Giles's.
But it is a fair example not only of the grace, but also of the precision, with which Mr. Gosse habitually uses his pen.
This convinced me that the cart belonged to Mr. Gosse, who I knew had returned.
Quite recently Mr. Gosse was rebuked more loudly for a less severe denunciation.
Continued on eastward and soon struck Mr. Gosse's cart-track.