The manageress was nowhere to be seen; nor was Nelly, probably by now a manageress herself.
Of course it's against the rules, but what can a manageress do?
Evidently the manageress desired the victims to be prepared for the worst.
Farwell looked surprised for a second, then saw the manageress on the stairs.
Grimaldi was not less prompt in expressing his complete satisfaction in regard to his engagements with "the manageress."
He then went and confabbed for some minutes with the manageress, and returned.
They had not announced their arrival beforehand, and the manageress took them upstairs to see several vacant rooms.
His wife, as so often happens in French marriages, had evidently been the manageress.
It appeared that he was accompanied by a Miss Coburn, whom the manageress believed to be his daughter.
This lady must be taken to her room,—No. 80, I believe,—then the manageress and a chambermaid can attend to her.