I walked about, wondering what my feelings of happiness would be, if I could ever become engaged to this dear wonder.
I walked about, but was very weak, and withal very sad and heavy-hearted under a sense of my miserable condition, dreading, the return of my distemper the next day.
Several times a month, dressed as a nun or as a peddler of laces or small linen articles, as a rich merchant's wife or a religious pilgrim, she rode or walked about with a sack on her back, or a valise in her hand.
So I walked about, and thought what a fool I was--why had I escaped?
I walked about there, looked around, and kept thinking all the time: 'Where am I to go next?
To the 14th of July, I walked about with my gun, little and little at a time, having been reduced to the greatest extremity of weakness.
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