Lady Lesbia's bedroom was the state chamber, which had been occupied by kings and queens in days of yore.
Laura leads her to the state chamber, which has been put in elegant order for a possible bride.
The Grimaldi hall, or state chamber, is a large square apartment of good proportions and handsomely decorated.
The room itself was in red, evidently a state chamber, for it contained two canopied beds.
Catharine of Russia, after retiring to her bedroom, was told that she had been seen just before to enter the state chamber.