The North American appears to have been Mr. Brisbane's protege, if he had any.
This big lad, who had the massiveness and gentleness of a Fleming, was a protege of Lisa's.
This little property was sold to Mr. Nason by his protege, though no money was paid.
And of course she was, as always, glad to see her protege, her Robert Penfold.
I have heard the story of the protege of the Misses Barrington.
It pleased him to make his protege, his adopted son-in-law, happy.
Then it was that the savage nature seemed predominant, and her gentle nurse almost feared to look at her protege or approach her.
I beg your Royal Highness's pardon, I hope you have not forgotten your protege, my son.'
But Vautrin is arrested, and, although he has been the instrument of his protege's happiness, he is led off to prison once more.
"I say, you do that first rate," cried Tommy, who considered Nat his protege.