luggage


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The same formalities having been gone through at the French consulate, and the palanquin having stopped at the hotel for the luggage, which had been sent back there, they returned to the wharf.
He couldn't well change it on the journey," the Professor meekly replied, "because of the luggage.
The result was, that, after having fully deliberated upon the matter, De Wardes packed up his luggage, took a couple of horses, and, followed only by one servant, made his way towards the barrier, where Buckingham's carriage was to await him.
Accordingly, one fine morning after paying my bill at the hotel, and directing the porter to stow my luggage behind a coach, I took my seat in the vehicle and set out for the station-house.
Our coming was evidently a great event, for station-master and porters clustered round us to carry out our luggage.
You will dispatch whatever luggage you intend to take by a trusty messenger unaddressed to Victoria to-night.
But evening began to close in, and the luggage did not arrive, and they had brought nothing more than they stood in.
We'll leave the luggage at the station and go to the house and see if they've got rooms, and if they have we can just send an outside porter for our traps.
Then Harris and I, having finished up the few things left on the table, carted out our luggage on to the doorstep, and waited for a cab.
On inquiry, the countess learned that Madame Schoss was offended because her trunk had been taken down from its cart, and all the loads were being uncorded and the luggage taken out of the carts to make room for wounded men whom the count in the simplicity of his heart had ordered that they should take with them.
in the vague belief that to take lodgings depended entirely upon a sufficiency of luggage.
if they bring their luggage you are not to take it in.
Of course, you know that you can't take your luggage with you?
A trim parlourmaid came out and, after a few words of explanation, superintended the disposal of her luggage in the hall.
Through the open door he could catch glimpses of the luggage on the floor.