Ah, if you speak in that way," said Athos, "you will break my heart, and the tears will flow from my eyes as the wine flowed from the cask
When they have marked sufficient to fill all their casks
, they turn their faces homeward, cut down the trees as they proceed, and having loaded their wagon with honey and wax, return well pleased to the settlements.
The two casks
are there, placed end to end, covered with a coat of plaster in the form of a bier.
Penn took up the heavy basket of fish-livers, emptied them into a cask
with a hinged top lashed by the fo'c'sle; then he too dropped out of sight in the cabin.
Here you are in your house, and me still picking my salt meat out of the harness cask
Whilst he slept, there came by a carter with a cart drawn by three horses, and loaded with two casks
The whole day, on the 17th, was spent in arranging the apparatus destined to produce the gas; it consisted of some thirty casks
, in which the decomposition of water was effected by means of iron-filings and sulphuric acid placed together in a large quantity of the first-named fluid.
and chests of it, casks
and chests of it, oodles and oodles, a fathom under the sand," chattered the Ancient Mariner.
And here, under his direct supervision--for he went ashore himself--Leach and Johnson filled the small casks
and rolled them down to the beach.
There were some casks
of liquor, whether wine or brandy I knew not, which lay lower in the hold, and which, the water being ebbed out, I could see; but they were too big to meddle with.
As certain liquors, confined in casks
too cramped in their dimensions, will ferment, and fret, and chafe in their imprisonment, so the spiritual essence or soul of Mr Tappertit would sometimes fume within that precious cask
, his body, until, with great foam and froth and splutter, it would force a vent, and carry all before it.
However, the mere matter of capacity is a thing of no sort of consequence, since the cask
is empty, and indeed has always been empty, history says.
A large cask
of wine had been dropped and broken, in the street.
On the edge of the river I could faintly make out the only two black things in all the prospect that seemed to be standing upright; one of these was the beacon by which the sailors steered - like an unhooped cask
upon a pole - an ugly thing when you were near it; the other a gibbet, with some chains hanging to it which had once held a pirate.
Hunter brought the boat round under the stern-port, and Joyce and I set to work loading her with powder tins, muskets, bags of biscuits, kegs of pork, a cask
of cognac, and my invaluable medicine chest.