These reflexions would indicate that Count vogelstein read his volume of Tauchnitz rather interruptedly.
vogelstein asked, reversing in fancy a position not at all unknown to him.
She coloured slightly, but smiled and read his name, while vogelstein raised his hat.
Throughout the hour he spent with her vogelstein seemed to see how it was she had made herself.
She told vogelstein that she was always hearing about it during the Civil War, ages before.
In the afternoon, returning to Washington on the steamer, vogelstein received a warning.
Mrs. Dangerfield was a handsome confidential insinuating woman, with whom vogelstein felt his talk take a very wide range indeed.
Count vogelstein was still young enough in diplomacy to think it necessary to have opinions.
vogelstein asked rather vaguely, not taking much interest in the matter, as he read works of fiction only in case of a sea-voyage.
This was rather illogical, but it indicated a certain amount of curiosity on the part of Count vogelstein.