I strode onward from the Schwarenback hostelry
a changed man, a reorganized personality.
He paused for the night at a small hostelry
lying out of the ordinary route, where, however, he obtained from a wandering minstrel news of the event of the tourney.
He had never heard of Sherlock Holmes or he would have lost no time in invoking the aid of that celebrated sleuth, for here was a real mystery: An old woman--an invalid who had to be carried from the ship to her room in the hotel--and a handsome lad, her grandson, had entered a room on the second floor of his hostelry
the day before.
Many citizens, seeing the women flying toward the High Street, leaving their children crying at the open doors, hastened to don the cuirass, and supporting their somewhat uncertain courage with a musket or a partisan, directed their steps toward the hostelry
of the Jolly Miller, before which was gathered, increasing every minute, a compact group, vociferous and full of curiosity.
But, by degrees, watch-chains, necklaces, parti-colored scarfs, embroidered bodices, velvet vests, elegantly worked stockings, striped gaiters, and silver buckles for the shoes, all disappeared; and Gaspard Caderousse, unable to appear abroad in his pristine splendor, had given up any further participation in the pomps and vanities, both for himself and wife, although a bitter feeling of envious discontent filled his mind as the sound of mirth and merry music from the joyous revellers reached even the miserable hostelry
to which he still clung, more for the shelter than the profit it afforded.
Astley, who was staying at the Hotel de l'Angleterre(a hostelry
at no great distance from our own).
There he established a little hostelry
, in which was fabricated a macaroni so delicious that people came from miles round to fetch it or eat it.
They both felt vaguely that if any food or drink were offered at such a hostelry
, it would be the paste-board ham and empty mug of the pantomime.
That amiable hostelry
possesses a verandah, in which the young and the unwise do dearly love to sit, while guests of more mature years seek a pleasant sanded room, and have tea at a table comfortably.
Perkins, who has had her own pint in her hand ever since it was fetched from the same hostelry
by young Perkins before he was sent to bed.
Once within the gates, we had no difficulty in eluding our friends of the morning, and presently found ourselves in a Martian hostelry
A fine hostelry
of Beelzebub, where the hussies comb their heads with the forks!