Her husband began talking to her across the box
, and Madame Kartasova made a scene.
John is the best groom that ever was; he has been here fourteen years; and you never saw such a kind boy as James is; so that it is all Ginger's own fault that she did not stay in that box
A tall, beautiful woman with a mass of plaited hair and much exposed plump white shoulders and neck, round which she wore a double string of large pearls, entered the adjoining box
rustling her heavy silk dress and took a long time settling into her place.
Kit rather wondered what this meant, but as he couldn't stop there, asking questions, he shouldered the box
again and followed the girl into the hall, where through a back-door he descried Mr Garland leading Whisker in triumph up the garden, after that self-willed pony had (as he afterwards learned) dodged the family round a small paddock in the rear, for one hour and three quarters.
"Perhaps you are right," said Morcerf; "meanwhile, who is in the Russian ambassador's box
"See, Jacob!" He took the tin box
from his brother's hand, and emptied it of the lozenges, returning half of them to Jacob, but secretly keeping the rest in his own hand.
Before I went to sleep, I gave him to understand that I had some valuable furniture in my box
, too good to be lost: a fine hammock, a handsome field-bed, two chairs, a table, and a cabinet; that my closet was hung on all sides, or rather quilted, with silk and cotton; that if he would let one of the crew bring my closet into his cabin, I would open it there before him, and show him my goods.
A hint, a surmise, a doubt as to what might be in the box
, would destroy him.
She glanced at iron box
. "Is that the treasure, then?" she asked, coolly enough.
He had opened his oblong box
, in order to feast his eyes on the pictorial treasure within.
After being some time absent, as if in his covetousness he could hardly make up his mind to produce the treasure to his partner, he returned with an old leathern hat-box, into which he had put the other box
, for the better preservation of commonplace appearances, and for the disarming of suspicion.
Newland Archer, leaning against the wall at the back of the club box
, turned his eyes from the stage and scanned the opposite side of the house.