A conservatory filled with rare plants, and communicating with one of the rooms, was built along the south wall; the opposite wall was concealed from view by a grotto built of large rocks intermingled with shrubbery.
Lady Latimer stood looking on like a picture of dignity, and when Mr. Cecil Burleigh entered from the conservatory she introduced the two young men in her stateliest manner.
Mr. Cecil Burleigh was pacing to and fro the conservatory into which a glass door opened from the drawing-room.
After the band arrived and was stationed in the conservatory out of sight, an attempt was made to get up a dance.
The attempt to dance created also no small amount of confusion among the others, about twenty-five of whom were precipitated into the conservatory and dispersed through the orchestra.
DEBT The scene is a conservatory built and decorated in Moorish style, in the house of the RT.
The first awakening of this feeling came from his admiration of Constantia Gladowska, a beautiful girl and vocal pupil at the Conservatory at Warsaw.
The since famous Leipsic Conservatory was founded by him, and he was unceasing in his labors to advance art in every direction.
Among his fellow students at theConservatory were at least a half dozen who later made names for themselves.
Mrs. MacDowell and her son went there in November hoping that in this famous Conservatory could be found the right kind of instruction.
Edward MacDowell remained in close study at the Frankfort Conservatory for two years, his mother having in the meantime returned to America.
It was between the two periods of his Conservatory life that he endured his chief sentimental misfortune,--his falling in love with and finally marrying Henrietta Smithson.
He became a regular music-student of the Conservatory, under the admirable Lesueur and Reicha; quitted the Conservatoryin disgust at its pedantry, in 1825; and lived and advanced in musical study as best he could for a considerable time.
I went to the top of the conservatoryon Scargo Hill one time and I was so dizzy in the head I thought sure I'd fall right over the railin'.
Arnold was instructor of harmony at the National Conservatory under Dvôrák.
Irene Baumgras was born at Syracuse, New York, and studied the piano at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, where she took the Springer gold medal in 1881.
They went to the conservatory to see the tanager and presently brought it back with them, telling Miss Dent that they were going to set it free.
A little conservatory jutted from the southern side of the house, while a deep veranda ran halfway across the eastern front and around the other two sides.
Mr. Hurst read it, and waiting till they were alone turned to his daughter and pointed to a glass door which led from the room into a little conservatory of plants.
It is a pleasant thing to have a conservatory attached to one side or at a corner of the dining-room.
A very good arrangement, when bay or conservatory is not used, would be to take one of these windows at the side and place it at the rear end, though near the outside corner of the room.
In this case, a hot-water coil is placed in an ordinary furnace, which connects with hot-water radiators in a conservatory or other room for the purpose of contributing a uniform degree of heat to that room.
This window-seat may be used as a seat in warm weather, and, if the front is in the proper direction, as a conservatory in the winter.
A little extra money, say seventy dollars, would place a conservatory at one side, at one corner, or at the end of this dining-room.
The conservatory mentioned does not need to be in conventional conservatory form, which usually has cheap glazing and often common wood-work, but may be a bay-window with more than an ordinary amount of glass, preferably plate.
Most of the plans which are shown will admit of the placing of a conservatoryin connection with the dining-room in the manner indicated.
In the latter case, it may serve the purpose of a conservatory in the winter and a window-seat in summer.
The light vanished; the conservatory was filled with a thick, murky glow, and far across the fields, from the heart of the black wood, came the low rumble of thunder.
Very quickly the little conservatory had been abandoned; the heating apparatus had failed, the plants had refused to grow, the tomatoes never appeared, the bulbs would not burst into colour.
The large conservatoryopening out of it is pleasantly lighted with Chinese lanterns, and beautifully decorated with shrubs and flowers.
There is a young lady in the conservatory who is taken faint.
She entered theconservatory and seated herself by Clara's side.
Mr. Francis Aldersley looks at the conservatory (still as invitingly cool and empty as ever); leads her back to it; and places her on a seat among the shrubs.
When I returned to the police to urge them not to disturb Mrs. Courtenay, I found them assembled in the conservatory discussing an open window, by which anyone might easily have entered and left.
As in many suburban houses, the conservatory joined the drawing-room, an unlocked glass door being between them.
They appear to overlook the fact that a window in the conservatory was undoubtedly left open," he added.
I'm going to have a little conservatory opening from the library window.
I think it was Violet, but the crash of the rain on the glass of the conservatoryhad covered the noise of our escape.
Mr. Harcourt stood braced against the door, and Sir George had got the window open and was testing the roof of a conservatory with his foot.
Luckily, the very top of the conservatory was boarded on top of the glass, but it began to slope sooner than I had expected, and I lost my hold on Sir George's hand and slid without warning.