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He lies, dressed, across a large unseemly bed, upon a bedstead that has indeed given way under the weight upon it.
Of an increase of hideous customers, and this horrible bedstead set upright again, and this horrible court swept clean?
It would make any one go to sleep, that bedstead would, whether they wanted to or not.
Pickwick smilingly announced his determination to test the powers of the narcotic bedstead for that night; and Mr.
In the interim Tess, left with the children inside the bedstead, remained talking with them awhile, till, seeing that no more could be done to make them comfortable just then, she walked about the churchyard, now beginning to be embrowned by the shades of nightfall.
During this interval Pierre noticed that Prince Vasili left the chair on which he had been leaning, and- with air which intimated that he knew what he was about and if others did not understand him it was so much the worse for them- did not go up to the dying man, but passed by him, joined the eldest princess, and moved with her to the side of the room where stood the high bedstead with its silken hangings.
In fact, for some time we were not able to provide, except in a few cases, bedsteads and mattresses of any kind.
Another heavy mahogany bedstead; but, this time, a bedstead with a canopy attached to the head of it--supporting its own curtains.
They were both then lying on the sacking of the bedstead in the chamber where Mademoiselle L.
There was a large wooden bedstead on which was a billowing red eiderdown, and there was a large wardrobe, a round table, a very small washstand, and two stuffed chairs covered with red rep.
Surgeon-Major Thomson had apparently forgotten his appointment to view camp bedsteads, for, a few minutes after he had left Geraldine and her brother, his taxicab set him down before a sombre-looking house in Adelphi Terrace.
I miss human society, even as you, my books, my bedsteads, and my side- boards,--so let it be.
Second-hand carts and cabs, bedsteads of a certain age, detached carriage-wheels for those who may want one to make up a set, are all to be found here in the same repository.
The backs of the seats were thrown back, bedsteads carefully packed were rolled out by an ingenious system, berths were suddenly improvised, and each traveller had soon at his disposition a comfortable bed, protected from curious eyes by thick curtains.
Particular pieces of fence or secure positions behind collections of trees were wrangled over, as gold thrones or pearl bedsteads.