"Can I have the shutters open; and won't you turn my bed a little, please?
A glimmering candlelight shone from a front window, the shutters being yet unclosed.
At last she found a window and managed to open the shutters and let the moonlight in.
The house was painted a dazzling white; the outside shutters, or jalousies, were green.
Till the evening, nearing, One the shutters drew -- Quick! a sharper rustling! And this linnet flew!
The rafters bend under the weight of this brick-kiln. The windows, inserted casually, without any attempt at symmetry, have enormous shutters, painted yellow.
Deceived, betrayed, fainting for supper, done out of the delicious tripe and onions, he leaned against the shutters, and gave vent to a prolonged and piteous howl.
Upon such festival occasions the shopkeeper does not put up his shutters and leave his place of business, but the open shop-fronts add much to the gay appearance of the street.
"That night, I tell him, when the paper is read through, and the lamp is burnt out, and the day is gleaming in above those shutters and between those iron bars, that I have now a secret to communicate.
'Good-morning, lovely Golden Bird,' replied the Cook, as if nothing had happened, and at the moment that the Canary was beginning, 'I pray Heaven that it may send,' a scullion who was hidden outside rushed out and shut the shutters.