There was a small shaving-glass upon the chest-of-drawers, and to this he advanced, filled with the wildest apprehensions.
When their bed and the washstand and a table and the chairs and chest-of-drawers were in there was not much to arrange.
But he turned his head to look at her, confided to her: "It was on the chest-of-drawers, all the time!"
Clutching the top of the chest-of-drawers with both hands, he glared at his own reflection, dazedly.
He was lying on the settee and the gin-bottle stood on the chest-of-drawers, empty.
The other furniture consisted of chairs, a chest-of-drawers, and a table, all the work of a former age.
He had to lock his bedroom door, shove the chest-of-drawers against it, and smoke with his head stuck right up the chimney.