Engaging to call again on the next day, the servant left the shop
, and took the way that led back to Vauxhall Walk.
Dolloby - Dolloby was the name over the shop
door, at least - took the waistcoat, stood his pipe on its head, against the door-post, went into the shop
, followed by me, snuffed the two candles with his fingers, spread the waistcoat on the counter, and looked at it there, held it up against the light, and looked at it there, and ultimately said:
I took care of him, and as I had a thousand sequins to spare I gave them to him, and he re-opened his shop
Ginger and Pickles were the people who kept the shop
This was not a very dignified situation for our venerable chair," continued Grandfather; "but, you know, there is no better place for news than a barber's shop
Adrienne took me up and glided from the shop
, as if she feared her dear bought prize would yet be torn from her.
Hitherto, it had been held a point of honour by the families in Grimworth parish, to buy their sugar and their flannel at the shop
where their fathers and mothers had bought before them; but, if newcomers were to bring in the system of neck- and-neck trading, and solicit feminine eyes by gown-pieces laid in fan-like folds, and surmounted by artificial flowers, giving them a factitious charm (for on what human figure would a gown sit like a fan, or what female head was like a bunch of China-asters?
Bon jour, Planchet," replied D'Artagnan, stooping to enter the shop
So she took him to a baker's shop
, and pecked at two rolls that lay in the window, till they fell down: and as the dog still wished for more, she took him to another shop
and pecked down some more for him.
She had stopped at a shop
over which was written KROOK, RAG AND BOTTLE WAREHOUSE.
He had heard one of the other girls in the shop
He was extremely anxious now to discover whether this shop
and these goods really existed, or whether the whole thing had been a hallucination.