Golden Hall is not an imaginary place, except in name.
Son," said the sultan to him, "this hall is the most worthy of admiration of any in the world; there is only one thing that surprises me, which is to find one of the windows unfinished.
Not merely because Golden Hall is the ultimate in luxury, but because Mrs. Gilding has a gift for entertaining, including her selection of people, amounting to genius.
The town hall, constructed “from the designs of a Paris architect,” is a sort of Greek temple that forms the corner next to the chemist’s shop.
Before the town hall of the district were the soldiery, abattalion of police with their revolvers slung round them with redcords, the persons of most importance among the peasants, and theculprits.
Westminster-hall was the dining-room of William Rufus, and might frequently, perhaps, not be too large for his company.
Sir Pitt's invalid chair was wheeled away into a tool-house in the garden; the old pointer used to howl sometimes at first, but these were the only accents of grief which were heard in the Hall of which Sir Pitt Crawley, Baronet, had been master for some threescore years.
Ustinov read the note aloud, and immediately Zinoviev was on his feet, screaming that this was a trick of the old Executive Committee to capture the convention; in a moment the hall was one bellowing mass of waving arms and angry faces, on both sides….
See 14522-h.htm or 14522-h.zip: (http://www.gutenberg.net/dirs/1/4/5/2/14522/14522-h/14522-h.htm) or (http://www.gutenberg.net/dirs/1/4/5/2/14522/14522-h.zip) THE CANTERVILLE GHOST by WILDE An amusing chronicle of the tribulations of the Ghost of Canterville Chase when his ancestral halls became the home of the American Minister to the Court of St. James.
Hall 6 was the receiving hall, so that was how we saw all newcomers.
Judge Scott did not know all things, and he did not know that he was party to a police conspiracy, that the evidence was hatched and perjured, that Jim Hall was guiltless of the crime charged.
The hall was alle fulle, y-wis,Of them that writen olde gests, histories of great deeds As be on trees rookes’ nests;But it a full confus’d mattereWere all these gestes for to hear,That they of write, and how they hight.
This hall, in which he was now left alone, was a pet fancy of his friend the doctor's; and Utterson himself was wont to speak of it as the pleasantest room in London.
There were no doubt huts for herds and the like, and outlying farm buildings; but the hall of the chief was a comprehensive centre, to which everyone went to feast, to hear the bards, to take part in games and exercises.
The next hall which the fairy led the prince into, where the cloth was laid for the feast, was the only apartment he had not seen, and it was not in the least inferior to the others.