Now when I say Sunnybrook Farm
, what does it make you think of?
I know his farm
is in better order than any other within ten miles of us; and as for the kitchen," he added, smiling, "I don't believe there's one in the kingdom to beat it.
None left the farm
till they set out for church next morning.
The long rides, consuming hours, were trying, for Martin was needed every moment on a farm
where everything was still to be done.
Whether because of its symbolic sense, the image it presents of a life linked with the soil, and enclosing in itself the chief sources of warmth and nourishment, or whether merely because of the consolatory thought that it enables the dwellers in that harsh climate to get to their morning's work without facing the weather, it is certain that the "L" rather than the house itself seems to be the centre, the actual hearth-stone of the New England farm
When the banker told Uncle Henry that he must pay the money in thirty days or leave the farm
, the poor man was in despair, as he knew he could not possibly get the money.
Old Jummy MacCaul thot hoz the farm
beyond Doctor Haythorn's place.
I should be hard to please," she said laughing, "if I didn't enjoy my visit to the farm
He had a hard struggle to make his farm
pay, to feed and clothe little Robert and his brothers and sisters, who were growing up fast about him.
However, I let him keep the ten dollars and the farm
too, for I had carried it far enough; or rather, to be generous, I sold him the farm
for just what I gave for it, and, as he was not a rich man, made him a present of ten dollars, and still had my ten cents, and seeds, and materials for a wheelbarrow left.
First of all I'd read everything written on the subject, and subscribed to some of the best farm
magazines and papers.
Though he had tried to give her no opportunity of getting him alone on the previous evening when he had arrived at the farm
with Lord Dawlish, he had fully expected that she would have broken in upon him with abuse and recrimination in the middle of the night.
She goes backwards and forwards constantly between this house and her father's farm
, and she may have heard or seen something which it may be useful to us to know.
On the farm
thus acquired John Ferrier built himself a substantial log-house, which received so many additions in succeeding years that it grew into a roomy villa.
Mismanagement did it--besides, the days for small farms