Guppy consults him in the choice of that day's banquet, turning an appealing look towards him as the waitress repeats the catalogue
of viands and saying "What do YOU take, Chick?
4] This was described in Christie's catalogue
as follows: "A nude woman, a native of the Society Islands, is lying on the ground beside a brook.
You'd better see what it says," he remarked, as he ran his fingers through the wrapper of a catalogue
of second-hand books.
and you get the grocery catalogue
, George, and somebody give me a bit of pencil, and then I'll make out a list.
Bulstrode had particularly wished to have a certain picture--a "Supper at Emmaus," attributed in the catalogue
to Guido; and at the last moment before the day of the sale Mr.
I imagine these copies were "ground up" in the manner of worthless stock, for I saw a single example of the book quoted the other day in a book-seller's catalogue
at ten dollars, and I infer that it is so rare as to be prized at least for its rarity.
I have no space (in that little room) to catalogue
all the whim-whams with which she had made it beautiful, from the hand-sewn bell-rope which pulled no bell to the hand-painted cigar-box that contained no cigars.
If the reader desires to make acquaintance with the associates of my captivity, I must refer him to "Scenes of Modern Prison Life," by Thersites Junior, now doubtless extremely scarce, but producible to the demands of patience and perseverance, I should imagine, if anybody will be so obliging as to pass a week or so over the catalogue
of the British Museum.
At the desire of my noble and gracious patron, the lord of this glorious edifice, I next ascend to the second floor, and continue my catalogue
or description of the pictures, decorations, and other treasures of art therein contained.
I shall shake my head when you write, if you don't do it better than you did in making out this catalogue
I remember, in the catalogue
, being impressed by the title, "The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle.
So may we say to the memory of this worthy knight," says Fuller, "'Repose yourself in this our Catalogue
under what topic you please, statesman, seaman, soldier, learned writer or what not.
amused ten children without the aid of Eaton's catalogue
," said Mrs.
A small catalogue
of evils, even if the perpetrators of them are few in number.
Here hath been my lord--," and then she repeated over a catalogue
of names and titles, many of which we might, perhaps, be guilty of a breach of privilege by inserting.