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.
But this interview
was still of the utmost gravity for her.
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.
He gave an interview
to Reuter's, and there was such a howl that he saw it wouldn't do.
I have just read his account of my interview
, and he's got it pat, word by word.
Hermann Yon Schmidt, Marian's husband, had likewise been interviewed
. He had called Martin the black sheep of the family and repudiated him.
Apparently, he had something more to say -- something, perhaps, on the subject of that passing uneasiness of mind which had been produced by his interview
The men were of all sorts, old and young, tall and short; but every one had tried to make himself smart for the interview
with the manager: they had carefully brushed hair and scrupulously clean hands.
He, who had interviewed
so many illustrious personages, had himself become illustrious and was interviewed
in his turn.
By making a third at the interview
between them, he might prevent the conversation from assuming a perilously confidential turn.
Sir Percival was in such boisterous high spirits that I hardly recognised him as the same man whose quiet tact, refinement, and good sense had impressed me so strongly at the interview
of the morning.
Milady seemed overcome with joy, and made Kitty repeat the smallest details of the pretended interview
of the soubrette with De Wardes when he received the letter; how he had responded; what was the expression of his face; if he seemed very amorous.