He looked to see if the dish of beans
was still there; the dish of beans
Alick too was come in, and was seated in his far corner, eating cold broad beans
out of a large dish with his pocket-knife, and finding a flavour in them which he would not have exchanged for the finest pineapple.
thanked him most prettily, but as the tailor used black thread, all beans
since then have a black seam.
But he put on a woollen shirt and strapped a navy revolver to his person, took to the bacon and beans
of the country, and determined to do in Nevada as Nevada did.
Into the small boats were also loaded salt meats and biscuit, with a small supply of potatoes and beans
, matches, and cooking vessels, a chest of tools, and the old sails which Black Michael had promised them.
He ate beans
with a knife, made three secret visits to old Mombi, and limped slightly on his left foot.
Well, they tried to surprise us one night, but Trent was up himself watching, and I tell you we did give 'em beans
Beyond all hurt or harm; beyond your help; for the time when your kind words or kind actions could have done me good,'--he struck his hand upon his breast, and shook his head, 'is gone, with the scent of last year's beans
or clover on the air.
While coffee was boiling, bacon frying, and flapjacks were being mixed, Daylight found time to put on a big pot of beans
No more can it be explained than can a human explain why, at luncheon to-day, he selects green peas and rejects string beans
, when only yesterday he elected to choose string beans
and to reject green peas.
and bacon, cheese and bread, were all he had to offer, but he offered them freely.
Rose watched her as she got out a great pan of beans
to look over, and wondered how it would seem to have life all work and no play.
Item, that having been told by the master of the novices that he should restrict his food for two days to a single three-pound loaf of bran and beans
, for the greater honoring and glorifying of St.
With this very severe labour, they live entirely on boiled beans
I got out several cords of stumps in plowing, which supplied me with fuel for a long time, and left small circles of virgin mould, easily distinguishable through the summer by the greater luxuriance of the beans