My girls, will you give them your breakfast
as a Christmas present?
, while the Indians were making ready the canoes, Professor Bumper, who, in a previous visit to Central America, had become interested in the subject, made a brief examination of some of the dead bats.
Hepzibah, at all events, was indebted to its subtile operation both in body and spirit; so much the more, as it inspired her with energy to get some breakfast
, at which, still the better to keep up her courage, she allowed herself an extra spoonful in her infusion of black tea.
There were flavours on his palate that had lingered there not less than sixty or seventy years, and were still apparently as fresh as that of the mutton chop which he had just devoured for his breakfast
we climbed the hill and visited the ancient castle of Hirschhorn, and the ruined church near it.
It is charming weather for THEM indeed," she continued, as she sat down to the breakfast
table with a happy countenance.
Bessie was the only person yet risen; she had lit a fire in the nursery, where she now proceeded to make my breakfast
When Colin was on his sofa and the breakfast
for two was put upon the table he made an announcement to the nurse in his most Rajah-like manner.
Early in the morning while my breakfast
was getting ready, I strolled round by Satis House.
Godfrey rose and took his own breakfast
earlier than usual, but lingered in the wainscoted parlour till his younger brothers had finished their meal and gone out; awaiting his father, who always took a walk with his managing-man before breakfast
On these occasions, he would redouble in energy, and declare that black was white, and blue yellow, with much conviction and heat of manner; but in the morning such a licence of debate weighed upon him like a crime, and he would seek out his father, where he walked before breakfast
on a terrace overlooking all the vale of Thyme.
Aramis," said Athos, "you went to breakfast
the day before yesterday at the inn of the Parpaillot, I believe?
Albert had himself presided at the arrangement, or, rather, the symmetrical derangement, which, after coffee, the guests at a breakfast
of modern days love to contemplate through the vapor that escapes from their mouths, and ascends in long and fanciful wreaths to the ceiling.
was scarcely over when a servant from Netherfield brought the following note for Elizabeth:
The white mist lay in the valley; it was going to be a bright warm day, and he would start to work again when he had had his breakfast