In the midst of the great hall, where the Emperor sat, a golden perch had been placed, on which the Nightingale was to sit.
In the centre of the great hall where the Emperor sat was a golden perch, on which the Nightingale sat.
She was to have a golden perch near the Emperor's bed, and a little golden cage, and was to be allowed to go out twice every day.
But the handsomest of his kind in Australia is undoubtedly the golden perch, found in the Murray and its tributaries.
In the great hall there had been placed a golden perch on which the Nightingale sat.