There was Beau Nash, for example,—a much-admired person in his day, when he ruled from his throne in the pump-room in Bath.
There will be very few people in the pump-room, if it rains all the morning.
Public receptions by the Giants in the pump-room every afternoon.
He went into the pump-room afterwards; but I would not have followed him for all the world.
Meeting one morning, in the pump-room, a lady who was deformed, Nash asked her where she came from.
A man came from the pump-room looking after the girl, and Hagar remarked a similar swaying impulsion in the walk of both.
His name was not in the pump-room book, and curiosity could do no more.
But when Catherine hastened to the pump-room the next day, there was no Mr. Tilney to be seen.
At a little distance from the town, is a mineral spring, with a large building containing baths and a pump-room.
Never mind the pump-room now, unless you have found the sketch, as we may have that another time.