Mr. Paine looked up as he entered, and had no difficulty in guessing his errand.
It was on this errand that she first visited Boston—we believe in the winter of 1858-59.
They offered him no violence, and he performed his errand safely.
Nay, they are neither; but, nevertheless, their errand is a nefarious one.
This relieved her, and she was able to give an account of her errand on the field of battle.
This left no doubt of their errand, and we were all retaken.
He had accepted this errand, and had delivered the letters as in duty bound.
My errand wasn't finished till I had given you Philip Cross's message.
And the mother knowing him to be a spirit-child, rejoiced and blessed his errand.
His errand was not of enough importance to trouble so illustrious a man.