The British Museum, indeed, was another of Esmond's birthplaces.
You did not see, then, what Miss Delacour says of the lady who took her to that Museum?
And now it is in a museum in Paris, far from its old owner's home.
You will find it in the Museum, "I hae been at Crookie-den," etc.
There also was the museum or university, in which many learned men were at work.