Come hither, young man, young English squire with the gray eyes!
"We are Northmen, come hither to conquer France," replied Rollo.
Yes, the great lady had come hither with her husband the Bey.
Come hither into the tent, David, and wash the blood from thy face.
A simple ringing--thus--means that some one is to come hither from the watch-room.
An Artaud, their ancestor, had come hither and settled like a pariah in this waste.
Thrasymachus said, 'Do you think that we have come hither to dig for gold, or to hear you discourse?'
Do you therefore, on the receipt of this epistle, come hither to me.
You are a spy of his enemies, and a revolutionary, come hither to ruin our religion and our State.
But the church and all in it seemed to say: "If ever you are in heavy trouble, come hither to me."