Madame Hsing expressed her assent， and forthwith led Tai-yue to take leave of madame Wang. the whole party escorted them as far as the door of the Entrance Hall， hung with creepers， where several youths had drawn a carriage， painted light blue， with a kingfisher-coloured hood. masterbation toys
Madame Hsing led Tai-yue by the hand and they got up into their seats. The whole company of matrons put the curtain down， and then bade the youths raise the carriage； who dragged it along， until they came to an open space， where they at length put the mules into harness. couples toys
Going out again by the eastern side gate， they proceeded in an easterly direction， passed the main entrance of the Jung mansion， and entered a lofty doorway painted black. On the arrival in front of the ceremonial gate， they at once dismounted from the curricle， and madame Hsing， hand-in-hand with Tai-yue， walked into the court.
"these grounds，" surmised Tai-yue to herself， "must have been originally converted from a piece partitioned from the garden of the Jung mansion." adultsextoys
Having entered three rows of ceremonial gates they actually caught sight of the main structure， with its vestibules and porches， all of which， though on a small scale， were full of artistic and unique beauty. They were nothing like the lofty， imposing， massive and luxurious style of architecture on the other side， yet the avenues and rockeries， in the various places in the court， were all in perfect taste.
When they reached the interior of the principal pavilion， a large concourse of handmaids and waiting maids， got up in gala dress， were already there to GREet them. Madame Hsing pressed Tai-yue into a seat， while she bade some one go into the outer library and request Mr. Chia She to come over. female toys
In a few minutes the servant returned. "Master，" she explained， "says： 'that he has not felt quite well for several days， that as the meeting with Miss Lin will affect both her as well as himself， he does not for the present feel equal to seeing each other， that he advises Miss Lin not to feel despondent or homesick； that she ought to feel quite at home with her venerable ladyship， （her grandmother，） as well as her maternal aunts； that her cousins are， it is true， blunt， but that if all the young ladies associated together in one place， they may also perchance dispel some dulness； that if ever （Miss Lin） has any grievance， she should at once speak out， and on no account feel a stranger； and everything will then be right."