Presently, laying aside resentment, she went out to seek him in the linhay.
Then she lighted the lantern, and went to the linhay for more cider.
Mary went into the linhay, which was used by Peter as a place for storing peat.
Rhoda left him but for a moment; passing out to the linhay, the door she left ajar.
That 'orse must 'a' galloped into the linhay and killed him.
At the linhay door she knocked, again getting an impatient answer.
In haste he pushed the box and what was in it under some brushwood which lay in the linhay; but Jack had been already seen.
Footsteps made them turn to see two rounding the linhay; and again, footsteps behind brought two after Rhoda, impatient of delay.
They stole back out of the gate close to the linhay, the curlew still fighting and crying behind them.
The walls of the linhay continued to be the walls of Ebenezer and a shelter against the wind.