So I ask you to put the money on your cards
," replied Dolokhov.
The man remained standing where he could watch the Frenchman's cards
He took up his cards
one by one, and as he snatched up the last he groaned.
Seeing that they were all blank leaves from this place to the end, I lifted the volume by the back, and, as a last measure of precaution, shook it so as to dislodge any loose papers or cards
which might have escaped my notice between the leaves.
He forthwith sent the cards
to Arnold by his second in command, closed the pantry door, and carefully smoothed out the crumpled sheet of paper on which the two letters were written.
The next day Sarah showed Schulenberg a neat card
on which the menu was beautifully typewritten with the viands temptingly marshalled under their right and proper heads from "hors d'oeuvre" to "not responsible for overcoats and umbrellas.
When I returned, he and Alan had laid the cards
aside, and were questioning a gillie; and the chief turned about and spoke to me in the Gaelic.
And whereas there is now hardly a town of France or Italy in which you shall not see some noble countryman of our own, with that happy swagger and insolence of demeanour which we carry everywhere, swindling inn-landlords, passing fictitious cheques upon credulous bankers, robbing coach- makers of their carriages, goldsmiths of their trinkets, easy travellers of their money at cards
, even public libraries of their books--thirty years ago you needed but to be a Milor Anglais, travelling in a private carriage, and credit was at your hand wherever you chose to seek it, and gentlemen, instead of cheating, were cheated.
Look sharp with that candle,' said the voice; 'it's as much as I can do to see the pips on the cards
as it is; and get this shutter closed as quick as you can, will you?
I shall feel personally obliged if you will honor me by inclosing that card
in your letter," he said.
said Sancho; "I meddle for I have a right to meddle, as a squire who has learned the rules of courtesy in the school of your worship, the most courteous and best-bred knight in the whole world of courtliness; and in these things, as I have heard your worship say, as much is lost by a card
too many as by a card
too few, and to one who has his ears open, few words.
And the gentleman drew a card
from his pocket-book and wrote something upon it.