Neither was the little old shop
any longer empty of merchantable goods.
The woman led her to the great thoroughfare of shops
close at hand, called Lambeth Walk.
On a Saturday night, which was my grand treat, - partly because it was a great thing to walk home with six or seven shillings in my pocket, looking into the shops
and thinking what such a sum would buy, and partly because I went home early, - Mrs.
I shut up my shop
, paid him every attention, taking him to the bath, giving him my most beautiful robes.
Adrienne's necessities had made her acquainted with several jewellers' shops
She had stopped at a shop
over which was written KROOK, RAG AND BOTTLE WAREHOUSE.
Tom Smallways was a green-grocer by trade and a gardener by disposition; his little wife Jessica saw to the shop
, and Heaven had planned him for a peaceful world.
In a side street near the crossroads where the vehicles had stopped, a house and some shops
were on fire.
A week or two after I dropped the letter I was in a hansom on my way to certain barracks when loud above the city's roar I heard that accursed haw-haw-haw, and there they were, the two of them, just coming out of a shop
where you may obtain pianos on the hire system.
No harm was done by the fog to trade, for it lay high, and the lighted windows of the shops
were thronged with customers.
I had never made any walks that way, nor was the common part of the fair of much advantage to me; but I took a turn this year into the cloisters, and among the rest I fell into one of the raffling shops
--for it had a shop
--was, with reference to the first floor, where shops
usually are; and there all resemblance between it and any other shop
stopped short and ceased.