A look of joy lighted up the features of the old man, who now comprehended the case, and, placing his cap eagerly on his head again, he threw up the bar
of his little prison, and said, feelingly:
The Chancellor is about to bow to the bar
when the prisoner is presented.
Charley Bates' tight features relaxed at the sight, and MacDonald went over and joined the three at the bar
Pete, in a white jacket, was behind the bar
bending expectantly toward a quiet stranger.
His captor was Burton Duff, the jailer, as white as death and bearing upon his brow the livid mark of the iron bar
I have often thought since of how they must have regarded me, the newcomer being welcomed into their company standing at bar
with them, and not standing for a single round of drinks.
The night winds were beginning their wild dances beyond the bar
and the fishing hamlet across the harbor was gemmed with lights as Anne and Gilbert drove up the poplar lane.
With pigeons, however, we have another case, namely, the occasional appearance in all the breeds, of slaty-blue birds with two black bars
on the wings, a white rump, a bar
at the end of the tail, with the outer feathers externally edged near their bases with white.
Cape becomes bar
, and plain shoal, and valley and gorge deep water and channel.
Old John would have it that they must sit in the bar
, and nobody objecting, into the bar
There was a dinner giving in the Harley Street establishment, while Little Dorrit was stitching at her father's new shirts by his side that night; and there were magnates from the Court and magnates from the City, magnates from the Commons and magnates from the Lords, magnates from the bench and magnates from the bar
, Bishop magnates, Treasury magnates, Horse Guard magnates, Admiralty magnates,--all the magnates that keep us going, and sometimes trip us up.
Not without reason was it often asserted by the regular frequenters of the Porters, that when the light shone full upon the grain of certain panels, and particularly upon an old corner cupboard of walnut-wood in the bar
, you might trace little forests there, and tiny trees like the parent tree, in full umbrageous leaf.
It was a comfortable-looking place though, for there was a strong, cheerful light in the bar
window, which shed a bright ray across the road, and even lighted up the hedge on the other side; and there was a red flickering light in the opposite window, one moment but faintly discernible, and the next gleaming strongly through the drawn curtains, which intimated that a rousing fire was blazing within.
It was visiting time when Wemmick took me in; and a potman was going his rounds with beer; and the prisoners, behind bars
in yards, were buying beer, and talking to friends; and a frouzy, ugly, disorderly, depressing scene it was.
The dungeon had only one little window, high up in the wall, with bars
in it; and the door was strong and thick.