It was not until he was close at hand that Herbert espied him.
Not far from Fort Marshal I espied a cheerful looking house.
Here they remained cooped up for an hour, when they espied an officer who knew them, and who had them released.
Mrs. Forbes espied the child in the distance, and was at the door when she came in.
The Saint George now sailed for the northward, and, to the great joy of the crew, espied the Manilla galleon.
As the Chinese boy got her things together Jane espied the bookstall.
Therewith the king and all espied where came riding down the river a lady on a white palfrey toward them.
When we got to the top of the street, and turned north, we espied a crowd at the Tron Church.
The young man, on acting as directed, espied the spirits, and gave the letter to the one for which it was intended.
A moment later he espied Captain Jules coming toward him, alone!