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  • Our grandfather slept alone in the master bedroom, in his four-post king-sized bed.

    The Memory Palace

  • Our grandfather slept alone in the master bedroom, in his four-post king-sized bed.

    The Memory Palace

  • Harlan leaned back against the pillows of the huge four-post bed in the soundstage set of my room.

    Hot Mess

  • Harlan leaned back against the pillows of the huge four-post bed in the soundstage set of my room.

    Hot Mess

  • The lout saw me silently into a room, which was as I'd expected - bars on the window, lock clicking behind me, and Kralta sitting up in the great four-post bed, clad in a gauzy night-rail and a look of expectation.

    Watershed

  • Harlan leaned back against the pillows of the huge four-post bed in the soundstage set of my room.

    Hot Mess

  • The floor above was strengthened with beams, but at each vibration of the bar handle an old four-post bedstead rocked to and fro like a cradle.

    James Catnach, Ballad-monger, Part 1

  • Their landlord ushered them in person to a sort of sleeping gallery, in which there was a four-post bed, with tartan curtains, and a number of cribs, or long hampers, placed along the wall, three of which, well stuffed with blooming heather, were prepared for the reception of guests.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • For furniture it boasted a vast four-post bedstead with canopy, valances and quilt of crimson serge, a couple of worm-eaten armchairs, two tapestry-covered chairs in walnut wood, an aged bureau, and a timepiece on the mantel-shelf.

    Two Poets

  • For furniture it boasted a vast four-post bedstead with canopy, valances and quilt of crimson serge, a couple of worm-eaten armchairs, two tapestry-covered chairs in walnut wood, an aged bureau, and a timepiece on the mantel-shelf.

    Two Poets

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