If the turpentine
don't work, I'll try French chalk, magneshy, and warm suds.
There couldn't anything wake them up all over, and make them happy all over, like a dog fight -- unless it might be putting turpentine
on a stray dog and setting fire to him, or tying a tin pan to his tail and see him run himself to death.
When all the keeper's goods were flung upon this costly pile, to the last fragment, they smeared it with the pitch, and tar, and rosin they had brought, and sprinkled it with turpentine
Saccharine, or turpentine
, or any other 'ine, Judge Temple, you have never made a loaf larger than a good-sized sugar-plum,” returned the sheriff.
And I'd give him somethin' as 'ud turpentine
and beeswax his memory for the next ten years or so, if I wos you,' interposed Sam.