Miss Royle rustled toward the school-room, taking a survey of herself in the pier-glass as she went.
He was staring intently into the pier-glass in front of him.
He was seated in a superb arm-chair with his back to a pier-glass.
They fixed themselves at length on the sketch by the pier-glass.
She did not intend to look at him, but she caught his eyes in the pier-glass.
Next she had aspired to a Brussels carpet, and by and bye to a pier-glass and a piano.
Miss Royle rustled her way to the pier-glass to have a last look at her bonnet.
A smile came slowly to her lips as she looked at herself in the pier-glass and put the finishing touches to her array.
Yet it was the gift of a near friend, who had been relied upon for a pier-glass or a bedroom set.
You hear border talk and see border manners, in cars finished to the last touch of pier-glass polish.