Peter Magnus, when the striped bag, and the red bag, and the brown-paper parcel, and the leather hat-box, had all been deposited in the passage.
Magnus, 'I never knew anything like these extraordinary coincidences.
Peter Magnus drew their chairs up to the fire, and having ordered a bottle of the worst possible port wine, at the highest possible price, for the good of the house, drank brandy-and-water for their own.
Peter Magnus was naturally of a very communicative disposition, and the brandy-and-water operated with wonderful effect in warming into life the deepest hidden secrets of his bosom.
Peter Magnus, 'but partly wrong at the same time; try again, Mr.
Peter Magnus, with a bashful titter, 'what should you think, Mr.
Magnus took off his spectacles, on purpose to wink, and then put them on again.
Peter Magnus remained a few moments apparently absorbed in contemplation.
Peter Magnus, 'not a word more; it's a painful subject.
Peter Magnus rang the bell for the chambermaid; and the striped bag, the red bag, the leathern hat-box, and the brown-paper parcel, having been conveyed to his bedroom, he retired in company with a japanned candlestick, to one side of the house, while Mr.