Ill no let thee gang without a solid benison, so tak the key, and gang into the scrutoire and bring out the pocket-book.
He put away his papers and locked his scrutoire with a sigh, finding himself even poorer than he had thought.
At last she said she meant "scrutau" (escritoire or scrutoire), pointing towards the article with her finger.
But one would think every man in these books had the bank of England in his 'scrutoire.
As this was in a private 'scrutoire, she did not choose to send a servant for it, but gave the key to her niece.
One pair stood on a bureau at the end of the room, the other on his lordship's scrutoire.