At the time when the racers had to go to the pavilion to receive the prizes, and all attention was directed to that point, Vronsky's elder brother, Alexander, a colonel with heavy fringed epaulets, came up to him.
"He's looking for his wife, and she's in the middle of the pavilion. Didn't you see her?"
In an instant he was among the branches, and his keen eyes plunged through the transparent panes into the interior of the pavilion.
Besides, the wheels of a carriage, which appeared to have come from Paris, had made a deep impression in the soft earth, which did not extend beyond the pavilion, but turned again toward Paris.
Comminges then led the count to a room on the ground floor of a pavilion, at the end of the orangery.
Athos, when he reached his appointed room, observed through the gratings of his window, walls and roofs; and was told, on inquiry, by Comminges, that he was looking on the back of the pavilion where D'Artagnan was confined.
"The assassin must have entered by the window!" I cried;--"I will go to the window!" and I rushed from the pavilion and ran like one out of his mind.
"'The inspiration was that the window of The Yellow Room looks out in such a way that the park wall, which abuts on the pavilion, prevented my at once reaching the window.
A strain of music from the dancing pavilion brought both girls scrambling to their feet.
There were few couples on the floor when they arrived at the pavilion, and the two girls essayed the first waltz together.
The Caliph Haroun-al-Raschid, chancing at that moment to open a window in the saloon of his palace looking on the garden, was surprised to see the pavilion
The last shout of applause which hailed Fleetwood's victory rang out as they lifted him from the ground to carry him to the pavilion
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