It is such an abominable trick to be ill here instead of at Bath
that I can scarcely command myself at all.
Sir Walter had at first thought more of London; but Mr Shepherd felt that he could not be trusted in London, and had been skillful enough to dissuade him from it, and make Bath preferred.
And with regard to Anne's dislike of Bath, she considered it as a prejudice and mistake arising, first, from the circumstance of her having been three years at school there, after her mother's death; and secondly, from her happening to be not in perfectly good spirits the only winter which she had afterwards spent there with herself.
The new Friederichsbad is a very large and beautiful building, and in it one may have any sort of bath
that has ever been invented, and with all the additions of herbs and drugs that his ailment may need or that the physician of the establishment may consider a useful thing to put into the water.
I can assure you," he said earnestly, "that, provided the bath
was made, I used it every morning.
Beware my Laura (she would often say) Beware of the insipid Vanities and idle Dissipations of the Metropolis of England; Beware of the unmeaning Luxuries of Bath
and of the stinking fish of Southampton.
George said that if it was going to make Harris eat more than Harris ordinarily ate, then he should protest against Harris having a bath
Seeing from this, that it was no private document; and as it seemed to relate to Bath
, and was very short: Mr.
This echo of the physician's words ran through the passages and little rooms, and through the house while he was yet straightening himself from having bent down to reach to the bottom of the bath
, and while he was yet dabbling his hands in water; redly veining it as the marble was veined, before it mingled into one tint.
We had lived thus near three months, when the company beginning to wear away at the Bath
, he talked of going away, and fain he would have me to go to London with him.
Then forming his features into a set smile, and affectedly softening his voice, he added, with a simpering air, "Have you been long in Bath
Around the edge of the pool were set rows of fine emeralds as large as door-knobs, while the water of the bath
was clear as crystal.