"The stick there, on the table, is a sword-cane," he commented.
As to its being a sword-cane, however, I might have been mistaken.
Vautrin remarked, as he rattled his sword-cane across the panels of the sitting-room door, and came up to the student.
I moved my chair further from the bed, and tightened my grasp upon a sword-cane which I carried in my hand.
"Before he had time to draw his sword-cane," the fat woman interrupted.
Modestly then the thrice-told tale was repeated—Angelo Cara, a violin in one hand, a sword-cane in the other, trudging home.
He darted toward him, and before Carmichael could prevent him, dragged the sword-cane away.
We shan't get either the sword-cane nor yet the pistols and bullets on the top of the guard-robe.
The Colonel cast a rapid glance at his sword-cane, which lay on the table.
Her husband was safe in his place of concealment near Rouen; but when he heard, he ran himself through with a sword-cane.