Now, then: 'Found at the corner of Goodge Street, a goose and a black felt hat.
And, I say, Peterson, just buy a goose on your way back and leave it here with me, for we must have one to give to this gentleman in place of the one which your family is now devouring.
But I presume that this other goose upon the sideboard, which is about the same weight and perfectly fresh, will answer your purpose equally well?
I am somewhat of a fowl fancier, and I have seldom seen a better grown goose.
This year our good host, Windigate by name, instituted a goose club, by which, on consideration of some few pence every week, we were each to receive a bird at Christmas.
Remember, Watson that though we have so homely a thing as a goose at one end of this chain, we have at the other a man who will certainly get seven years' penal servitude unless we can establish his innocence.
How came the stone into the goose, and how came the goose into the open market?
I would take my goose now, and in it I would carry my stone to Kilburn.
He laughed until he choked, and we got a knife and opened the goose.
Now, stranger, hit that fairly with a gray goose shaft and call thyself an archer.
Then he chose the stoutest bow among them all, next to Robin's own, and a straight gray goose shaft, well-feathered and smooth, and stepping to the mark--while all the band, sitting or lying upon the greensward, watched to see him shoot--he drew the arrow to his cheek and loosed the shaft right deftly, sending it so straight down the path that it clove the mark in the very center.
Bob said he didn't believe there ever was such a goose cooked.
Suppose somebody should have got over the wall of the back-yard, and stolen it, while they were merry with the goose -- a supposition at which the two young Cratchits became livid.
Say It Again, created by Chris Moore, founder of Coupette, London Ingredients: 40ml Grey Goose
vodka, 30ml Picpoul (Grange des Rocs 2015), 2.