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  • The public prosecutor rang, and the office-boy appeared.

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • Monsieur de Granville rang, and said to the office-boy who answered:

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • The Countess in her agitation rang as if she had been at home, and the office-boy came in.

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • The office-boy opened the door, and Jacques Collin came in, quite calm and unmoved.

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • Myrtle Cass, as the office-boy, was so much pleased by the applause of her relatives, then so much agitated by the remarks of

    Main Street

  • They began to skylark; to play with the sacred lights; to giggle when Carol was trying to make the sentimental Myrtle Cass into a humorous office-boy; to act everything but “The Girl from Kankakee.”

    Main Street

  • Aileen Butler was announced by his office-boy, and at the same time

    The Financier

  • At this juncture his office door opened, and his very youthful office-boy presented him the card of F.A. Cowperwood.

    The Titan

  • The office-boy was not here at the time, and he insisted upon taking his trunk upstairs himself.

    Monsieur Lecoq

  • And since there was no office-boy present, for him to dazzle with his wit, he applied himself to demonstrating to his table-companion what a sad, sad dog he was.

    Australia Felix

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