It wanted a quarter to eight when they reached Cadogan Place.
'Come, mother, there is a coach at the door, and until Monday, at all events, we will return to our old quarters.'
So, after going a little out of their way to see Barbara and Barbara's mother safe to a friend's house where they were to pass the night, Kit and his mother left them at the door, with an early appointment for returning to Finchley next morning, and a great many plans for next quarter
The Japanese quarter of Yokohama is called Benten, after the goddess of the sea, who is worshipped on the islands round about.
He observed that the butchers stalls contained neither mutton, goat, nor pork; and, knowing also that it is a sacrilege to kill cattle, which are preserved solely for farming, he made up his mind that meat was far from plentiful in Yokohama-- nor was he mistaken; and, in default of butcher's meat, he could have wished for a quarter of wild boar or deer, a partridge, or some quails, some game or fish, which, with rice, the Japanese eat almost exclusively.
You just will see a match; and Brooke's going to let me play in quarters. That's more than he'll do for any other lower-school boy, except James, and he's fourteen."
Then we fellows in quarters, we play just about in front of goal here, and have to turn the ball and kick it back before the big fellows on the other side can follow it up.
I had not been bidden to the presence of Kulan Tith after the battle, but he had sent an officer to find me and escort me to comfortable quarters
in that part of the palace set aside for the officers of the royal guard.
He was awaked at seven by the loud ringing of a bell, and by a quarter
to eight they were all dressed and hurrying downstairs in their stockinged feet to pick out their boots.
I accompanied Sola and Dejah Thoris in a search for new quarters
, which we found in a building nearer the audience chamber and of far more pretentious architecture than our former habitation.
Among the motley Visitors to the winter quarters
of Captain Bonneville was a party of Pends Oreilles (or Hanging-ears) and their chief.
News was received at the Emperor's quarters
that very day of a fresh movement by Napoleon which might endanger the army- news subsequently found to be false.