By chemists and persons who have a taste for chemistry," said Monte Cristo carelessly.
But excuse me, sir, for talking of our domestic misfortunes; I interrupted you at the moment when you were telling me that you were a skilful chemist.
To be a great chemist in the East, one must direct chance; and this is to be achieved.
I know I OUGHT to do, if I got on as well as I deserved; but I don't, my Lord,' answered the chemist.
The officer had got no further than the 'You shall well and truly try,' when he was again interrupted by the chemist.
Swear me, if you please, Sir;' and sworn the chemist was, before the judge could find words to utter.
Here, the Analytical Chemist (who has evidently formed a very low opinion of Mortimer's story) concedes a little claret to the Buffers; who, again mysteriously moved all four at once, screw it slowly into themselves with a peculiar twist of enjoyment, as they cry in chorus, 'Pray go on.
Analytical Chemist goes to the door, confers angrily with unseen tapper, appears to become mollified by descrying reason in the tapping, and goes out.
The Analytical Chemist returning, everybody looks at him.
I have always found Laudanum relieve the pain better than anything else," she said, trifling with the bottles on the counter, and looking at them while she spoke, instead of looking at the chemist.
The chemist bowed; and, turning to his shelves, filled an ordinary half-ounce bottle with laudanum immediately.
The chemist answered the question by turning the label toward her.
It was first discovered in 1832, by Braconnot, a French chemist
, who called it xyloidine.
She asked the advice of the chemist, who had always been kind to the bird.
The following day a sign was posted on the door; the chemist screamed in her ear that the house was for sale.