Ben's read 'em to me many and many a time, but they slip out o' my mind again; the more's the pity, for they're good letters, else they wouldn't be in the church; and so I prick 'em on all the loaves and all the cakes, though sometimes they won't hold, because o' the rising--for, as I said, if there's any good to be got we've need of it i' this world--that we have; and I hope they'll bring good to you, Master Marner, for it's wi' that will I brought you the cakes; and you see the letters have held better nor common.
But he laid down the cakes and seated himself absently--drearily unconscious of any distinct benefit towards which the cakes and the letters, or even Dolly's kindness, could tend for him.
Show me the Rat-Hole, that I may carry her her cake.
Then we must leave the cake on the window," said Oudarde; "some scamp will take it.
You must drink a little hippocras and eat this leavened cake of maize, which we have baked for you.
You 've hit it this time, Polly; you certainly have a gift for putting a good deal of both articles into your own and other people's lives, which is lucky, as, we all have to eat that sort of cake, whether we like it or not," observed Tom, so soberly that Polly opened her eyes, and Maud exclaimed, "I do believe he 's preaching.
But in the well-made cake, the plums are wisely scattered all through, and every mouthful is a pleasure.
The last time I made a cake I forgot to put the flour in.
Let me give you a bit of fruit cake and some of the cherry preserves.
Dorothy, however, was hungry, and she was not afraid of being ill; so she ate several cakes
and found them good, and also she drank a cup of excellent coffee made of a richly flavored clay, browned in the furnaces and then ground fine, and found it most refreshing and not at all muddy.
As kind a master as any dog could wish to have, he yet did not approve of cake
being given to dogs.
You don't know how to manage Looking-glass cakes
,' the Unicorn remarked.