Almost immediately the door opened and Frederic Larsan made his appearance, brandishing his famous cane.
A man unmistakably answering to the description of Monsieur Robert Darzac--same height, slightly stooping, putty-coloured overcoat, bowler hat--purchased a cane similar to the one in which we are interested, on the evening of the crime, about eight o'clock.
Now, Pistache, my good dog, jump the height of this cane for Madame de Montbazon.
Now, then," said the duke, and as he spoke, lowered the cane almost level with the ground; "Pistache, my friend, jump for the `Illustrious Coxcomb, Mazarin de Piscina.
One side crushed the cane
well, but the other side was too open.
Yes," said the governor, "or if not I am the greatest dolt in the world; now you will see whether I have got the headpiece to govern a whole kingdom;" and he ordered the cane
to be broken in two, there, in the presence of all.
Bumble, grasping his cane
tightly, as was his wont when working into a passion: 'juries is ineddicated, vulgar, grovelling wretches.
demanded the schoolmaster, administering a cut with the cane
to expedite the reply.
Mr Swiveller appeared to think the they implied some mental struggle consequent upon the powerful effect of his address, for he poked his friend with his cane
and whispered his conviction that he had administered 'a clincher,' and that he expected a commission on the profits.
And now neither Cane
or Golden Book are in existence.
The old gentleman touched the spring in the knob of his cane
, and answered, in the courtly manner of the old school:
and then fetched his cane
down slow to a level, and says "Bang
Dark complexion; hair, eyebrows, and whiskers, black; blue frock-coat, buttoned up to the chin; rosette of an officer of the Legion of Honor in his button-hole; a hat with wide brim, and a cane
His first half-hour is occupied in trying to decide whether to wear his light suit with a cane
and drab billycock, or his black tails with a chimney-pot hat and his new umbrella.
For a moment we gazed about us in quest of a more practicable route; it was, however, at once apparent that there was no resource but to pierce this thicket of canes
at all hazards.