"Say, what is in that mat?" and he pointed with his little assegai at the bundle on my shoulders.
"Death is the king's medicine," I answered, lifting the bundle, and laying it as far from him in the shadow of the fence as I dared.
Stiff and stark sat the child there with her matches, of which one bundle
had been burnt.
Slipping the key into the pocket of his tunic and covering the bundle
with his long surcoat, De Vac stepped out into the darkness of the alley and hastened toward the dock.
"I didn't bring anything " began Rose, but was interrupted by the Brats (otherwise Will and Geordie), who appeared bearing the big bundle
, so much demoralised by its fall that a red flannel tunic trailed out at one end and a little blue dressing-gown at the other, while the knobs proved to be a toilet-case, rubbers, and a silver mug.
Then once more she would cuddle the warm, little bundle
close to her throbbing heart.
Near David, he felt himself in the vicinity of lozenges: he chuckled and rubbed his brother's back, brandishing the bundle
higher out of reach.
'We have not so much dust as that in London,' replied Fagin, pointing from Noah's shoes to those of his companion, and from them to the two bundles
You are in your--ha--old business I see, John?' said Mr Dorrit, with a glance at the offending bundle
he had anathematised.
Watson's umbrella, I was able last night to fish up and inspect this bundle
"Put them on the table, and bring her in and see her open the bundles
. Don't you remember how we used to do on our birthdays?" answered Jo.
"I suppose your whole set-up is in that bundle
, then?" asked the first.
Wandering thus about, I knew not whither, I passed by an apothecary's shop in Leadenhall Street, when I saw lie on a stool just before the counter a little bundle
wrapped in a white cloth; beyond it stood a maid-servant with her back to it, looking towards the top of the shop, where the apothecary's apprentice, as I suppose, was standing upon the counter, with his back also to the door, and a candle in his hand, looking and reaching up to the upper shelf for something he wanted, so that both were engaged mighty earnestly, and nobody else in the shop.
He then saw a slouching man of forbidding appearance standing in the midst of the school, with a bundle
under his arm; and saw that it was Riderhood.
Ivan Parmenov was standing on the cart, taking, laying in place, and stamping down the huge bundles
of hay, which his pretty young wife deftly handed up to him, at first in armfuls, and then on the pitchfork.