bedchamber


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No; he's looking older," said the gentleman of the bedchamber.
the gentleman of the bedchamber was beginning, but he stopped to make room, bowing, for a member of the Imperial family to pass.
And how strong they all are, how sound physically," thought Alexey Alexandrovitch, looking at the powerfully built gentleman of the bedchamber with his well-combed, perfumed whiskers, and at the red neck of the prince, pinched by his tight uniform.
And now Mrs Waters (for we must confess she was in the same bed), being, I suppose, awakened from her sleep, and seeing two men fighting in her bedchamber, began to scream in the most violent manner, crying out murder
Blushing as red as any rose that she should have intruded into a gentleman's bedchamber, and for such a purpose, too, she was about to make her escape on tiptoe.
And the lords of the bedchamber took greater pains than ever, to appear holding up a train, although, in reality, there was no train to hold.
In the impulse of the moment she flew to the bedchamber and locked herself in.
Ye've got the Auld and New Testaments in your bedchambers, and the natural history o' Pairthshire on the coffee-room table--and if that's no' reading eneugh for ye, ye may een gae back South again, and get the rest of it there.
The ambitious grisette asked with a timid air for a moment's interview with Madame Granson, who took her at once into her bedchamber.
He found Buckingham seated at a table in his bedchamber, writing orders with his own hand.
He had Pierre at hand in Moscow and procured for him an appointment as Gentleman of the Bedchamber, which at that time conferred the status of Councilor of State, and insisted on the young man accompanying him to Petersburg and staying at his house.
I asked him for you, and you have been entered in the diplomatic corps and made a Gentleman of the Bedchamber.
On the other side of the large hall were the bedchamber occupied by her ladyship, and the dressing-room in which the maid slept previous to her departure for England.
In the third story, or guard-chamber, is a small recess with a loop-hole, probably a bedchamber, and in that floor above a niche for a saint or holy-water pot.
The last sound Peter heard before he was quite alone were the mermaids retiring one by one to their bedchambers under the sea.