As he took up his hat, Magdalen appeared at the door, returning from her interview
D'Artagnan at the moment of quitting Milady felt only the liveliest regret at the parting; and as they addressed each other in a reciprocally passionate adieu, another interview
was arranged for the following week.
The instant Betts Shoreham saw that he was to have an interview
with the charming French girl, instead of with Julia Monson, his countenance brightened; and, as if supposing the circumstance proof of his success, he seized the governess' hand, and carried it to his lips in a very carnivorous fashion.
It would have been idle for me to have attempted resuming the interview
so peremptorily terminated by Marnoo, who was evidently little disposed to compromise his own safety by any rash endeavour to ensure mine.
Stuart, in their first interview
, to shoot the giant chief with his pistol, and the fright caused among the warriors by presenting the rifles, had probably added the stimulus of pique to their usual horse- stealing propensities.
He gave an interview
to Reuter's, and there was such a howl that he saw it wouldn't do.
Yes, I saw him, and am convinced that he fears nothing so much as a general engagement," repeated Dolgorukov, evidently prizing this general conclusion which he had arrived at from his interview
His newspaper at once issued a special edition, giving an interview
between their representative and Mr.
Considering the crowded state of the waiting-room and the number of highly important people who were there for the same purpose, Surgeon-Major Thomson seemed to have remarkably little difficulty in procuring the interview
Yet he found himself desperately striving for some excuse to prolong an interview
which was to all effects and purposes concluded.
Back at his hotel, though nearly two in the morning, he found the reporters waiting to interview
But he had been commended for his brilliant description of the socialist meeting and had further been detailed to get a personal interview
with Martin Eden, the leader of the organized menace to society.