Weller rang the bell, and ordered an additional pint
If you don't feel sure of your Pints
of the Compass, come in to me and I'll put you right again." He winked benevolently, whistled to the dogs, and hobbled off.
En mine you, de REAL pint
is down furder -- it's down deeper.
He resorted to his pint
of wine for consolation, drank it all in a few minutes, and fell asleep on his arms, with his hair straggling over the table, and a long winding-sheet in the candle dripping down upon him.
Rousing himself sufficiently to sit up and look about him, he found that worthy in close fellowship and communication with a labouring man, over a pint
I went into the box frankly, and setting the silver tankard on the corner of the bench, I sat down before it, and knocked with my foot; a boy came presently, and I bade him fetch me a pint
of warm ale, for it was cold weather; the boy ran, and I heard him go down the cellar to draw the ale.
At length, when the last pint
is casked, and all is cool, then the great hatchways are unsealed, the bowels of the ship are thrown open, and down go the casks to their final rest in the sea.
This was a little joke of John's; he used to say that a regular course of "the Birtwick horseballs" would cure almost any vicious horse; these balls, he said, were made up of patience and gentleness, firmness and petting, one pound of each to be mixed up with half a pint
of common sense, and given to the horse every day.
On this particular evening the urgency of my case demanded a pint
of this mixture, which was poured down my throat, for my greater comfort, while Mrs.
I was extremely tired, and with that, and the heat of the weather, and about half a pint
of brandy that I drank as I left the ship, I found myself much inclined to sleep.
I'd just been t' hev a pint--it was half after ten i' the fore-noon, when I hev my pint
as reg'lar as the clock--and I says to Knowles, as druv up with his waggon,
Detained at the final rehearsals of music and recitation, Miss Ladd was worthily represented by cold chicken and ham, a fruit tart, and a pint
decanter of generous sherry.