His attention was riveted upon the bed in which he thought to find a young boy and his helpless, invalid
and Madame de Villefort bowed and left the room, giving orders that Valentine should be summoned to her grandfather's presence, and feeling sure that she would have much to do to restore calmness to the perturbed spirit of the invalid
So the invalid
disappeared soon afterward and went into his sleeping-room; and one by one the lights in the salon of the Rue des Tournelles were extinguished.
Watching the two young people with keen powers of observation, necessarily concentrated on them by the complete seclusion of her life, the invalid
lady discovered signs of roused sensibility in Miss Haldane, when Arthur was present, which had never yet shown themselves in her social relations with other admirers eager to pay their addresses to her.
Will and Geordie brought their puppies to beguile the weary hours, and the three elder lads called to discuss baseball, cricket, and kindred subjects, eminently fitted to remind the invalid
of his privations.
That bundle contained Miss Crawley, who was conveyed upstairs forthwith, and put into a bed and chamber warmed properly as for the reception of an invalid
Of these people the one that attracted her most was a Russian girl who had come to the watering-place with an invalid
Russian lady, Madame Stahl, as everyone called her.
There was no lift, and my invalid
on the third floor
His wife, an invalid
daughter, and Rachel were to inhabit it together, and were to expect him to join them later in the season.
condition) we produced no such convenience in the house as a flirtable, danceable, small-talkable creature of the male sex; and the consequence was, we did nothing but quarrel, especially at dinner-time.
The house in the city preserved its heavy dulness through all these transactions, and the invalid
within it turned the same unvarying round of life.
This dumb-show, taking place during the whole time of the invalid
's breakfast, and the invalid
himself, pale and emaciated, performing no small part in the same, it may be fairly questioned whether at any meal, where no word, good or bad, was spoken from beginning to end, so much was expressed by gestures in themselves so slight and unimportant.