Winkle, rolled off the box once again, and proceeded to unpack the hamper with more expedition than could have been expected from his previous inactivity.
The fresh bottle was produced, and speedily emptied: the hamper was made fast in its old place--the fat boy once more mounted the box--the spectacles and pocket- glass were again adjusted--and the evolutions of the military recommenced.
Grandmother went on talking in her polite Virginia way, not admitting their stark need or her own remissness, until Jake arrived with the hamper
, as if in direct answer to Mrs.
seized Pigling by the scruff of the neck, and dropped him into the hamper.
The hamper containing six fowls and a young pig was no light weight; it was taken down hill, unsteadily, with jerks.
Vixen could not even see her master look at them without painful excitement: she got into the hamper
and got out again the next moment, and behaved with true feminine folly, though looking all the while as wise as a dwarf with a large old-fashioned head and body on the most abbreviated legs.
He had before him a large hamper
filled with bottles, which he had just purchased at the cabaret with the sign of "L'Image-de-Notre-Dame.
They are so great that it cannot hamper
them; they are so vital that they enlarge it to their own proportions and endue it with something of their own living force.
Before any of the three could speak again, they were interrupted by the appearance of one of Crayford's brother officers, followed by two sailors carrying a hamper
Yes, there was a hamper
going under the seat, and then she caught sight of a tall man whom Mac seemed to be hustling into the carriage in a great hurry.
The oligarchs had succeeded in devising a governmental machine, as intricate as it was vast, that worked--and this despite all our efforts to clog and hamper
Seymore Fentolin sent down a hamper
for you," the woman replied, "with a message from Mr.
It was no very easy task, for the skiff lay amidships and was full of hamper
, and the breaking of the heavier seas continually forced us to give over and hold on; but we all wrought like horses while we could.
Here, the warehouses being shut, comes a young fellow with a letter; and he wanted a box and a hamper
that was come from Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
But, not so Mr Abel; or the strong man who emptied the hamper
, big as it was, in a twinkling; and not so the nice old lady, who appeared so suddenly that she might have come out of the hamper