So they stroked her, and fed her with ham
, and said to her:
We sat in the adjacent kitchen in the dark--for we dared not strike a light--and ate bread and ham
, and drank beer out of the same bottle.
Beyond the fortifications through which Athos had made a breach in order to get out, and which were composed of fagots, planks, and empty casks, heaped up according to all the rules of the strategic art, they found, swimming in puddles of oil and wine, the bones and fragments of all the hams
they had eaten; while a heap of broken bottles filled the whole left-hand corner of the cellar, and a tun, the cock of which was left running, was yielding, by this means, the last drop of its blood.
Guppy and Smallweed finish theirs, thus getting over the ground in excellent style and beating those two gentlemen easily by a veal and ham
and a cabbage.
I don't mind if I have a slice of that ham
, and a glass of that ale, Miss Garth, if you will allow me," he said, coming into the parlor at half-past eleven, after having had the exceptional privilege of seeing old Featherstone, and standing with his back to the fire between Mrs.
The animation and variety wanting at Ham
Farm were far from being supplied by the company in the house.
At one time, honest John groaned in sympathy, and at another roared with joy; at one time he vowed to go up to London on purpose to get a sight of the brothers Cheeryble; and, at another, swore that Tim Linkinwater should receive such a ham
by coach, and carriage free, as mortal knife had never carved.
And on he now sped still quicker--day and night on he went: the loaves were consumed, and the ham
too; and now they were in Lapland.
She was idly arranging her little morsels of ham
in a pattern on her plate.
Each ate a small portion of the ham
and drank a glass of the brose to Mrs.
Common or Roehampton, or some such sleepy hollow a trifle off the line; and say you're expecting your brother from the colonies.
At about six o'clock, all the small tables were put together to form one long table, and everybody sat down to tea, coffee, bread, butter, salmon, shad, liver, steaks, potatoes, pickles, ham
, chops, black- puddings, and sausages.