By and by came a young man
in evening clothes and sat upon the third bench from the Prince.
He was followed by a tall young man
in a grey tweed suit and a straw hat on which were the colours of a famous cricket club.
There's a young man
hid with me, in comparison with which young man
I am a Angel.
On a bed of green serge, similar in all respect to the other beds in the Bastile, save that it was newer, and under curtains half-drawn, reposed a young man
, to whom we have already once before introduced Aramis.
On an exceptionally hot evening early in July a young man
came out of the garret in which he lodged in S.
It was the young man
who persists in some strange hallucination as to a certain Mademoiselle Violet."
Sir Leicester is reading with infinite gravity and state when the door opens, and the Mercury in powder makes this strange announcement, "The young man
, my Lady, of the name of Guppy."
Athanase Granson, a young man
twenty-three years of age, who slept in an attic room above the second floor of the house, added six hundred francs to the income of his poor mother, by the salary of a little place which the influence of his relation, Mademoiselle Cormon, had obtained for him in the mayor's office, where he was placed in charge of the archives.
Weston was exceedingly disappointedmuch more disappointed, in fact, than her husband, though her dependence on seeing the young man
had been so much more sober: but a sanguine temper, though for ever expecting more good than occurs, does not always pay for its hopes by any proportionate depression.
There were sheets of paper still lying about covered with figures, a brass-bound ledger lay open at the further end of the table, In the background a young man
, slim, pale, ill-dressed in sober black, was filling a large tin box with documents and letters.
Daughtry had inquired into the matter, and the inquiry was violent; for he had a wholesome fear of germs and bacilli, and when the two active young men tried to run him through with their filth-corroded spears, he caught the spear of one young man
under his arm and put the other young man
to sleep with a left hook to the jaw.
"Oh, monsieur," exclaimed the young man
, "keep me in solitude for a year, let me have nothing but bread and water for a year, but tell me that at the end of a year I shall leave this place, tell me that at the end of a year I shall see my mother again."