Well, so short had been the interval that when I found my feet again all was in the same posture, the fellow with the red night-cap
still half-way over, another still just showing his head above the top of the stockade.
But Totty was not disposed to sleep; and when her cousins entered, she raised herself up and showed a pair of flushed cheeks, which looked fatter than ever now they were defined by the edge of her linen night-cap
At length, towards noon, upon the final dismissal of the ship's riggers, and after the Pequod had been hauled out from the wharf, and after the ever-thoughtful Charity had come off in a whaleboat, with her last gift --a night-cap
for Stubb, the second mate, her brother-in-law, and a spare bible for the steward -- after all this, the two captains, Peleg and Bildad, issued from the cabin, and turning to the chief mate, Peleg said: Now, Mr.
Late as the Dutch clock' showed it to be, the poor woman was still hard at work at an ironing-table; a young child lay sleeping in a cradle near the fire; and another, a sturdy boy of two or three years old, very wide awake, with a very tight night-cap
on his head, and a night-gown very much too small for him on his body, was sitting bolt upright in a clothes-basket, staring over the rim with his great round eyes, and looking as if he had thoroughly made up his mind never to go to sleep any more; which, as he had already declined to take his natural rest and had been brought out of bed in consequence, opened a cheerful prospect for his relations and friends.
Wragge, arrayed in the white apparel proper for the occasion, with her moon-face framed round by a spacious halo of night-cap
, looked so hugely and disproportionately large, that Magdalen, anxious as she was, could not repress a smile on taking leave of her traveling companion for the night.
So saying he leaped off the bed, intending to close the door and not allow Senora Rodriguez to enter; but as he went to shut it Senora Rodriguez returned with a wax candle lighted, and having a closer view of Don Quixote, with the coverlet round him, and his bandages and night-cap
, she was alarmed afresh, and retreating a couple of paces, exclaimed, "Am I safe, sir knight?
Du Bousquier rubbed his cotton night-cap
to the top of his head with a rotatory motion, which plainly indicated the tremendous fermentation of his ideas.
But they had reached the inn, and a stout maid-servant in a night-cap
was at the door with a lantern, to take Newman's traveling-bag from the porter who trudged behind him.
A head rose slowly out of the bedclothes, covered with a red night-cap
Sir Pitt Crawley in his night-cap
and dressing-gown, such a figure
At one of the chamber-windows of Governor Bellingham's mansion, which stood at some distance, on the line of another street, he beheld the appearance of the old magistrate himself with a lamp in his hand a white night-cap
on his head, and a long white gown enveloping his figure.
What do you mean by casting my station in my teeth, because I can't put my night-cap
on comfortably till you have brushed my hair?