1 He sent his love to the family.
2 Each little family group had had its say and exchanged its domestic gossip earlier in the evening.
3 They all knew each other, and felt like one large family, among whom existed the most amicable relations.
4 His family lived in commodious apartments over the store, having an entrance on the side within the porte cochere.
5 A few families, united to him by bonds of friendship, he still attended when they required the services of a physician.
6 Robert is very well in a way, to give up all the money he can earn to the family, and keep the barest pittance for himself.
7 One morning on his way into town Mr. Pontellier stopped at the house of his old friend and family physician, Doctor Mandelet.
8 He could not be in two places at once; making a living for his family on the street, and staying at home to see that no harm befell them.
9 An unusual number of husbands, fathers, and friends had come down to stay over Sunday; and they were being suitably entertained by their families, with the material help of Madame Lebrun.
10 Each house consisted of two compartments, and each family at Lebrun's possessed a compartment for itself, fitted out with all the essential paraphernalia of the bath and whatever other conveniences the owners might desire.
11 The directory which fell into her hands was a year or more old, however, and upon reaching the number indicated, Edna discovered that the house was occupied by a respectable family of mulattoes who had chambres garnies to let.
12 She gazed around the room at the pictures and photographs hanging upon the wall, and discovered in some corner an old family album, which she examined with the keenest interest, appealing to Madame Lebrun for enlightenment concerning the many figures and faces which she discovered between its pages.