Henry van der Luyden's arm, sat weeping softly under her Chantilly veil, her hands in her grandmother's ermine
When I walk out I can't hop and run; I must strut on my rear legs and wear an ermine
From the carriages emerged men wearing uniforms, stars, and ribbons, while ladies in satin and ermine
cautiously descended the carriage steps which were let down for them with a clatter, and then walked hurriedly and noiselessly over the baize at the entrance.
A jupon of dark blue cloth, tagged with buckles and pendants of gold, seemed but a sombre and plain attire amidst the wealth of silk and ermine
and gilt tissue of fustian with which he was surrounded.
Upon the quarter-deck of the flagship, sheltered by a canopy of velvet and ermine
, which was suspended by stout supports, Henrietta, the queen dowager, and the young princess -- with the admiral, the Duke of Norfolk -- standing beside them -- watched with alarm this slender bark, at one moment tossed to the heavens, and the next buried beneath the waves, and against whose dark sail the noble figures of the two French gentlemen stood forth in relief like two luminous apparitions.
It is one of my most valued treasures--an ermine
collar studded with emeralds.
A red cloak trimmed with beautiful ermine
hung from his shoulders and upon his back was a basket filled with pretty presents for the Princess Ozma.