1 There are but few houses close at hand, one being a very large house only recently added to and formed into a private lunatic asylum.
2 That is one of the things that we learn in an asylum, at any rate.
3 You return home for to-night to your asylum, and see that all be well.
4 She knew, of course, that the place was a lunatic asylum, but I could see that she was unable to repress a shudder when we entered.
5 Since I myself have been an inmate of a lunatic asylum, I cannot but notice that the sophistic tendencies of some of its inmates lean towards the errors of non causa and ignoratio elenchi.
6 His request was that I would at once release him from the asylum and send him home.
7 As we passed across the lawn on our way to the station to catch our train we could see the front of the asylum.
8 For nowadays, the whale-fishery furnishes an asylum for many romantic, melancholy, and absent-minded young men, disgusted with the carking cares of earth, and seeking sentiment in tar and blubber.
9 After he had had every other kind of misfortune, his wife, 'Crazy Mary,' tried to set a neighbour's barn on fire, and was sent to the asylum at Lincoln.
10 Political troubles in France, at last, led the family again to seek an asylum in this country.
11 At most, they would take him to the lunatic asylum as "the King of Spain" if he should go very mad.
12 from the superintendent of the lunatic asylum.
13 Only at the end of it, in front of the almshouse and the lunatic asylum, could be seen some people in white and others like them walking singly across the field shouting and gesticulating.
14 I had not for a moment the idea of keeping it, but I knew that at Paris there was an asylum where they receive such creatures.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 44. The Vendetta.
15 To make a lunatic asylum of it, similar to that founded by the Count of Pisani at Palermo.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 69. The Inquiry.