Von Francius returned to his estrade, Eugen to his seat, and the concert began.
An estrade had been erected from Logaorden to the landing-place.
The cardinal halted for a moment on the threshold of the estrade.
The estrade was invaded; everybody wished to shake hands with Mutimer.
Once in the water, the blow was easy enough to receive; he might have struck against the estrade.
The first class—the graduates—went up to the top step of the estrade; and the little ones put on the lowest, behind the pianos.
And there was that blow on his temple to keep up the error, which I know now must have been done against the estrade.
The three I allude to were just in front, within half a yard of my estrade, and were among the most womanly-looking present.
She stepped on to the estrade, and stood close by my side; she had nothing to say.
Then the long procession of Princes and Princesses left their seats on the estrade, and passed before the Sovereigns.