Here we staid two nights, and then traveled again, for now the ice was strong, and in two days more we came to Sorel.
Sorel must take him to the Socit des Franco-Amricains, where they gather.
This question discomforted old Sorel, who felt he might possibly commit some imprudence if he went on talking.
He was strongly dramatic, like Sorel, but in a different way.
And Sorel instinctively lets his right arm hang limp, as if the sleeve were empty.
Sorel laid down his hat, and wiped his brow with his handkerchief.
Chambly and Sorel, who were his comrades, have also left their names impressed on the map of New France.
It must not be supposed that respect for the myth is a discovery of Sorel's.
Here we have Evidence that Sorel was a man of observation, and took an interest in really interesting things.
I cannot agree with Sorel (iii, 405) in taking the French overtures seriously.