They followed a by-road for a quarter of a mile, and then stopped at a farm building.
Once more we were in the by-road which had brought us westward parallel with the highway.
“This is but a by-road, Sir Mark,” said the baronet, pompously.
Our course was along a by-road in the direction of Hagerstown.
"In about an hour or two send me a report of anything that happens about here;" and he hastened back to the foot of the by-road.
A half-dozen scouts were left on the by-road to watch the mired Texans.
So far as the guards could report, there was no change at the by-road during the night.
At this point, a by-road leads from the Warrensburg to the Newport road.
Yet two, three, or four versts of the by-road had been covered before they saw the least sign of a two-storied stone mansion.
Shall we turn back and take the by-road we passed awhile ago?