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The Honourable Samuel Slumkey, of Slumkey Hall, was the Blue candidate; and Horatio Fizkin, Esq., of Fizkin Lodge, near Eatanswill, had been prevailed upon by his friends to stand forward on the Buff interest.
There was a savory stew, smoking hot, a dish of blue peas, a bowl of sweet milk of a delicate blue tint and a blue pudding with blue plums in it.
In his flight he had forgotten the most valuable things he had, the blue light and the gold, and had only one ducat in his pocket.
"Blue is the color of the Munchkins, and white is the witch color.
At the same time he was Ikey's friend and customer, and often dropped in at the Blue Light Drug Store to have a bruise painted with iodine or get a cut rubber-plastered after a pleasant evening spent along the Bowery.
"That is what I thought when they dropped me into the Blue Place of Seven Skulls," replied Bradley.
They slid down behind it with remarkable celerity, and from this position they began briskly to slice up the blue men.
The day was clear and bright; and Blue John anticipated that the skies would be propitious.
Four merry wags were at the Blue Boar Inn; a butcher, a beggar, and two barefoot friars.
You can have a blue blanket or a red one, and a straw pillow or an air cushion for your head, whichever you like.
You'll want to get out on it as sunrise an' live out on it all day like Dickon does." "Could I ever get there?" asked Mary wistfully, looking through her window at the far-off blue. It was so new and big and wonderful and such a heavenly color.
Then, other days, I think pink and blue and gold and purple and rainbow thoughts all the time."