However, he had not got it from David, whose mother and father and nurse combined could not comfort him, though they swore that the dog was still alive and kicking, which might all have been very well had not David seen the sausages
. It was to inquire whether anything could be done to atone that in considerable trepidation I sent in my card to the clown, and the result of our talk was that he invited me and David to have tea with him on Thursday next at his lodgings.
Perhaps it was the smoked sausage
he had eaten that morning--which may have been made out of some of the tubercular pork that was condemncd as unfit for export.
"How do you know he had whiskers like sausages
, as you say?"
But few at this period of the half-year could live up to a pound of Porter's sausages
, and East was in great magnificence upon the strength of theirs.
For, speaking with all respect, why should you, and I with you, be here on this lonely spot, barking our shins in the dark on the way to a confounded flickering light where there will be no other supper but a piece of a stale sausage
and a draught of leathery wine out of a stinking skin.
"I'm all for making a policeman into sausages
," said John Crook.
At eight o'clock, the shelves being taken down and put away and the tables joined together, everybody sat down to the tea, coffee, bread, butter, salmon, shad, liver, steak, potatoes, pickles, ham, chops, black-puddings, and sausages
, all over again.
When Rostov went back there was a bottle of vodka and a sausage
on the table.
'Dodger, take off the sausages
; and draw a tub near the fire for Oliver.
had only to watch the pot to see that the food was properly cooked, and when it was near dinner-time, he just threw himself into the broth, or rolled in and out among the vegetables three or four times, and there they were, buttered, and salted, and ready to be served.
I thanked him for his friendship and caution, and our discourse proceeded in a low tone, while I toasted the Aged's sausage
and he buttered the crumb of the Aged's roll.
At that time the aeroplane was, for most people, merely a rumour and the "Sausage
" held the air.
The fellow took a mass of sausage
meat and coated it round a wire and laid it on a charcoal fire to cook.
In reality, true nature is as difficult to be met with in authors, as the Bayonne ham, or Bologna sausage
, is to be found in the shops.
You get husky bread and sour drink by it; and he gets sausage
of Lyons, veal in savoury jelly, white bread, strachino cheese, and good wine by it.