Some Passages in the Life of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin: The Pic-nic and Other Tales

E.L. Carey & A. Hart, 1834 - 206 páginas

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Página 137 - To give a Pic-nic party a fair chance of success, it must be almost impromptu : projected at twelve o'clock at night at the earliest, executed at twelve o'clock of the following day at the latest ; and even then the odds are fearfully against it. The climate of England is not remarkable for knowing its own mind ; nor is the weather
Página 163 - ... the circumstances — they grumbled exceedingly, and put them back again into the basket. This was a serious deduction in the important point of quantity, and Uncle John felt a slight touch of remorse at having thrown, as he thought, his friend's Italian sausage into the Thames. However, there was still provision in the garrison. But the run of luck in events, as at a game of whist, may be against you ; and when it is so, be assured that human prudence and foresight (remarkable as even Mrs. Bagshaw's...
Página 156 - Who is this Mr. Richards?" Indeed, there would have been no end to his pleasantries, had they not been interrupted by a request that Miss Corinna would open the concert, as they were fast approaching Vauxhall Bridge. Mr. Bagshaw (looking at the programme, which he had drawn out on paper ruled with red and blue lines,) objected to this, as it would disturb the previous arrangement, according to which the concert was not to commence till they were through the bridge. This objection was overruled, and...
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