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We go away tomorrow, and they are moving all my furniture down again to leave things as they were before.
As to the furniture, he entreated the judge at least to allow him to keep part to make up for the five hundred pieces of gold which had been stolen from him.
Other people fail, and keep their houses, and furniture, and carriages, and such other things.
A want of keeping is observable sometimes in the character of the several pieces of furniture, but generally in their colours or modes of adaptation to use Very often the eye is offended by their inartistic arrangement.
When the large articles of furniture had been packed in position a circular nest was made of the beds and bedding, in which Joan Durbeyfield and the young children were to sit through the journey.
New furniture has no charms for me compared with old.
Manson Mingott had long since succeeded in untying her husband's fortune, and had lived in affluence for half a century; but memories of her early straits had made her excessively thrifty, and though, when she bought a dress or a piece of furniture, she took care that it should be of the best, she could not bring herself to spend much on the transient pleasures of the table.
How fearfully will you examine the furniture of your apartment
The little room was almost bare of furniture, and there were no other clothes than the shabby brown dress she had always worn.
It was my aim from the first at Tuskegee to not only have the buildings erected by the students themselves, but to have them make their own furniture as far as was possible.
An eminent philosopher among my friends, who can dignify even your ugly furniture by lifting it into the serene light of science, has shown me this pregnant little fact.
So the attendant led them into a room all draped with cloth-of-gold and furnished with satin-covered gold furniture.