When he reached the Meeting-house by these by-lanes, the door was closed.
The by-lanes he took were deserted, and he was now well-nigh out of the town, with the open country and forest lying before him.
It were best that, both on this side of the river and the other, you travel either by by-lanes or through the fields.
Ride straight for the river by by-lanes and, if you cannot obtain a boat, swim your horse across, and then make for home.
We suffer much jolting in by-lanes, and encounter a great variety of bad smells.
I have seen him in by-lanes a dozen miles distant from the town when I have been riding back from the bunt.
So we struck off the road into by-lanes that Heregar knew, resting at lonely houses as we went on.
Across the parks and by-lanes, filled with roses and honeysuckle, it was only about three miles off.
It was shut; and as no one answered to my knocking, I went by back ways and by-lanes, to the yard where he worked.
It was shut; and as no one answered to my knocking, I went, by back ways and by-lanes, to the yard where he worked.