One of them is like unto a tower, one to a woman, and one to a mage.
But the mage was even with him, or rather he was 'odds and evens.'
Next day Leonora, the Boshman, and I returned to the home of the mage.
The Mage pronounced these words in a tone of the most solemn earnestness.
There is a strange inconsistency in what Mr. Tal- mage says.
It was a young Greek, who professed great admiration for the mage.
A certain stiffness of demeanour, which we had noticed, but ascribed to pride, worked an unspeakable change in the mage.
After a frantic chase Jambres (late 'the Mage') paused, breathless, in front of a building of portentous proportions.
So indeed it proved, for the mage began rapidly to divest himself of his mysterious swathings.
For the seraphic frenzy had now come upon the mage in good earnest, and all the Thought-reader burned in his dusky eyes.