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He watched long by the bedside of the suffering woman; he remained longer still in consultation with his medical brethren; he went back again to the sick-room, before Miss Garth could prevail on him to communicate to her the opinion at which he had arrived.
I had heard them, alone at the bedside, striking their boots with their riding-whips, and loitering up and down.
uf,'' said a broken and shrill voice close by his bedside, ``to say there is that which he dares not
Crayford still keeps her place by the bedside, too anxious and too wakeful to retire to her own room.
She was not even thinking of the lost Ferrari; her mind was at Venice, by the sick man's bedside.
The hand-bell is on my bedside table; and I can always ring for Peter if the light keeps me from sleeping.
But one day they accidently met at his bedside while he slept, and the truth coming out a violent quarrel ensued.
Nevertheless, the strange terror grew so insupportable that conquering my reluctance to move I sat up and lit the lamp at my bedside.
She had passed a weary night at the bedside of a near relative staying at Ramsgate.
Another custom begun at this time was that of the pitcher of water by the bedside to furnish relief to my scorched and sizzling membranes.
Lord Holchester entered eagerly into politics before his eldest son had been two minutes by his bedside.
He thoroughly understood our trying position, and felt all the importance of preventing such a person as Mercy Merrick from seizing the opportunity of intruding herself at the bedside.