Approaching quietly on that first morning, I unfolded my camp-chair and sat down in the shade of the maple.
He arose from the camp-chair on which he had been sitting, and stretched himself.
I went to sleep in a camp-chair and absolutely ruined my reputation as an ardent fisherman.
I was there early, but the auditorium was packed, and I was ushered to a camp-chair in the aisle.
Another officer, when transportation was cut down, held to his camp-chair.
He dropped into a camp-chair by the door of the mess-tent and slid off his boots.
The flap was open; she sat inside on a camp-chair, her red head in her arms, doubled over in an attitude of tragic despair.
"But that is the very place," cried Edith, and Albert, and Mrs. Jerrold from her camp-chair.
Winthrop found a camp-chair, and placed himself near her as she slowly swayed in her hanging seat to and fro.
He swam before my eyes, and I pointed to the surgeon's camp-chair.