I ran up and drove at his head with my spade
, struck him fairly across the neck, and in a minute he was all about my feet in wavy loops.
Ben Weatherstaff took up his spade
again and began to dig.
For certain, your ladyship," he replied, respectfully applying the spade
handle to his hair, which was combed down to his eyebrows.
The colonel has again insulted me, by insisting that I should not play a spade
, and he shall give me satisfaction for it.
There goes a man to the sea-shore, with a spade
and a bucket, to dig a mess of clams, which were a principal article of food with the first settlers.
the Military Hero exclaimed in agitated tones, drawing back behind the Vice-Warden, as a strange creature rushed wildly upon them, brandishing a spade
Every stroke of a spade
, as it sounded through the silent groves, went to his heart.
Him de syfe and de spade
what Massa Will sis pon my buying for him in de town, and de debbils own lot of money I had to gib for em.
Captain Hagberd, in his canvas suit, leaned on a spade
And truly when the stars go out and the wan day peeps into the turret-chamber, finding him at his oldest, he looks as if the digger and the spade
were both commissioned and would soon be digging.
Harris turned away at my glance; he carried a spade
, and began digging near the boxes without more ado, by the light of a second lantern set on one of them: his back was to me from this time on.
was not invariably called a bloody shovel.
Soon he discovered a spade
hidden by the underbrush which they had laid upon the grave.
AN Undertaker Who Was a Member of a Trust saw a Man Leaning on a Spade
, and asked him why he was not at work.
One Sunday morning in June, 1879, about two weeks after what has been related, May senior left the house immediately after breakfast, taking a spade