In an instant, from the door of the cabinet to the street gate, the whole hotel was boiling.
And at these words, the Musketeer, in irreproachable costume, belted as usual, with a tolerably firm step, entered the cabinet. M.
Gesvres made D'Artagnan pass in first, and took him straight to the cabinet
where Louis was waiting for his captain of the musketeers, and placed himself behind his colleague in the ante-chamber.
The chance which the cabinet in the library had offered in her favor was the first chance and the last.
The first objects of furniture in the room which attracted her attention were an old bureau of carved oak, and a heavy buhl table with a cabinet attached.
I had not closed the drawer of the cabinet while we were talking, and I glanced carelessly, as I answered him, at the fragments of the broken vase.
I returned to the open sixth drawer of the cabinet, and looked in again.
"The Westminster declared that you had left for Windsor by an early train this afternoon, and gives a list of your Cabinet
. The Pall Mall, on the other hand, declares that Letheringham will assuredly be sent for to-morrow."
He wandered for a long while through the forests, where he met nothing but fearful monsters; he climbed rock after rock, steered his way from tree to tree, till at length he arrived at the edge of the sea, at the foot of a mountain that he remembered to have seen in the cabinet
of the present, where Rosalie was held captive.
As the city clocks struck nine on Monday morning, Mrs Clennam was wheeled by Jeremiah Flintwinch of the cut-down aspect to her tall cabinet
. When she had unlocked and opened it, and had settled herself at its desk, Jeremiah withdrew--as it might be, to hang himself more effectually--and her son appeared.
Then she bethought herself of an Indian cabinet
which stood in her sitting-room; and instantly made up her mind to put the Indian diamond in the Indian cabinet
, for the purpose of permitting two beautiful native productions to admire each other.
The three peas were however put into the cabinet
of curiosities, where they are still to be seen, provided they are not lost.
Utterson was at last received into the doctor's cabinet
. It was a large room fitted round with glass presses, furnished, among other things, with a cheval-glass and a business table, and looking out upon the court by three dusty windows barred with iron.
For which inconveniences, the doctrine of Italy, and practice of France, in some kings' times, hath introduced cabinet
counsels; a remedy worse than the disease.
The little Gradgrinds had cabinets
in various departments of science too.