(with nothing legible but the two words "Bond Street
"), and there was an end of Sir Jervis's proposal.
"Still, when it costs over five pounds--I didn't see it, but it was a lovely enamel pendant from a Bond Street
He strolled up Bond Street
or through the Burlington Arcade, and when he was tired went and sat down in the Park or in wet weather in the public library in St.
The Captain, with shells on his frockcoat, and a crimson sash and sabre, presented a military appearance, which made Jos quite proud to be able to claim such an acquaintance, and the stout civilian hailed him with a cordiality very different from the reception which Jos vouchsafed to his friend in Brighton and Bond Street
One morning he met Lady Ruth on the pavement in Bond Street
. She pointed to the vacant seat in her landau.
Sabin drove slowly down Bond Street
, and was rewarded by seeing her brougham outside a famous milliner's.
We had turned into Bond Street
, and had halted on the curb a few yards down on the right.
As he returned languidly towards the point from which he had started, along one of the thoroughfares which lie between Park Lane and Bond Street
, he passed a handsome hotel, before which he stopped mechanically.
He had frequently observed, as he walked, that one handsome face would be followed by thirty, or five-and-thirty frights; and once, as he had stood in a shop on Bond Street
, he had counted eighty-seven women go by, one after another, without there being a tolerable face among them.
Towards the end of the morning, however, Catherine, having occasion for some indispensable yard of ribbon which must be bought without a moment's delay, walked out into the town, and in Bond Street
overtook the second Miss Thorpe as she was loitering towards Edgar's Buildings between two of the sweetest girls in the world, who had been her dear friends all the morning.
In Bond Street
he found a hansom with a good horse.
After this, every door in Broadway and Bond street
was shut upon him.