And when Tom arrived, post-haste upon receipt of Nancy's note, he was met at the front door with the news of her relapse.
But I had not been absent more than an hour, before I was sent for in post-haste.
The news brought Professor Thorpe post-haste to Storm, pale, but ready as ever with his services.
Then came the autumn, post-haste before the down rush of winter.
The Count therefore presents him with a commission in his own regiment, and bids him pack off to Seville post-haste.
Surely you came off in post-haste this morning without your rings?'
This belief was confirmed by the sight of two machine-guns which were being galloped off post-haste to a destination unknown.
The latter sent a soldier to General Grant, who himself rode up, post-haste, at the summons.
The accusations were sufficient to make Nevers resign all his offices in his kinsman's court and retire, post-haste, to France.
“And look sharp,” he added in a tone of voice which sent the butler off in post-haste.
Immediately, with great speed: “Get the flood warning to the media posthaste.”