reed house

reed house

Same as brush house.
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That trick of yours of getting one detective to arrest the other was the most splendid scene in French history." On the front of the card was engraved in the formal fashion, "Prince Saradine, Reed House, Reed Island, Norfolk."
By an impulse not to be analysed, Flambeau rose to his full height in the swaying boat and shouted at the man to ask if he knew Reed Island or Reed House. The prosperous man's smile grew slightly more expansive, and he simply pointed up the river towards the next bend of it.
Father Brown, though commonly a silent, was an oddly sympathetic little man, and in those few but endless hours he unconsciously sank deeper into the secrets of Reed House than his professional friend.
Open House Tours of 1809 Reed house, including Rufus Porter mural room, 1-4 p.m.
Unfortunately, the Reed house was lost in 2005 when Hurricane Katrina swept a barge onto the site.
And Father's Day will be anything but a quiet affair at the Reed house today.
Before Jane Eyre leaves the Reed house, Bessie has become fond of her.
These works include a replica of the Pleasant Reed House, built by a former slave in Enon and destroyed by Katrina.
I was treated to lunch in a beautiful reed house of the Sumerian and pre-Sumerian tradition and invited to an impromptu performance by the Marsh Arabs, who had gathered inside to pay their respects to a dead relative.
CUTLINE: Jessie O'Hair wears Federal-style clothing in the Reed House "keeping room." She will assist with the day's activities at Reed House, Townsend Historical Society.
The media group also visited the famous reed houses, known as Mudhif, inside the village of Chibaish.