Another bang of the street door sent the basket under the sofa, and the girls to the table, eager for 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.
Bertuccio; but let us know when breakfast
Meanwhile he was under the fatal necessity of being very kind to this ogre, and of providing a large breakfast
for him when they stopped at a roadside inn.
In this wish both Marmaduke and young Edwards seemed equally to participate, for the sight was exhilarating to a sportsman; and the ladies soon dismissed the party after a hasty breakfast
We were seated at breakfast
one morning, my wife and I, when the maid brought in a telegram.
The general attention being drawn to her, including that of the dairyman's pupil, Tess flushed, and remarking evasively that it was only a fancy, resumed her breakfast
He paused, his mind evidently in the past, among the cigars and big breakfasts
I fully intended to tell you that we did not wish to buy any silks to-day, and I also intended to tell you that we yearned to go immediately to the palace of the Louvre, but enjoying the happiness of seeing you devour four breakfasts
this morning has so filled me with pleasurable emotions that I neglect the commonest interests of the time.
The rest of the year life pursued its unbroken routine with its ordinary occupations, and its breakfasts
, lunches, dinners, and suppers, provided out of the produce of the estate.
These servants without a master received a salary of nine hundred francs a year; new years' gifts and "gratifications" brought their emoluments to twelve hundred francs, and they made almost as much money by serving breakfasts
to the clerks at the office.
Though it was already eight o'clock (late breakfasts
had followed naturally upon cessation of the steady work at mining) a candle in the neck of a bottle lighted the meal.
The soldiers were cooking their breakfasts
over fires built on the ground beside the track, and they looked up curiously at us as we thundered past without slackening our terrific speed.
It was half-way through the morning, and he had not breakfasted
; the slight litter of other breakfasts
stood about on the table to remind him of his hunger; and adding a poached egg to his order, he proceeded musingly to shake some white sugar into his coffee, thinking all the time about Flambeau.
It is a well-known sporting-house, and the breakfasts