Small Bundle

Small Bundle

A superdivision of a tin ingot, which was a currency used in Malacca in the 15th century. Ten tin ingots were equivalent to one small bundle.
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His small bundle of clothes was ready packed, and he was soon treading lightly on the steps of the horse-block, soon walking at a smart pace across the fields towards the thicket.
In a suit of coarse flannel with horn buttons, a yellow neckerchief with draggled ends, an old hat more russet-coloured than black, and laced boots of the hue of his stony calling, Durdles leads a hazy, gipsy sort of life, carrying his dinner about with him in a small bundle, and sitting on all manner of tombstones to dine.
Ferrier carried the bag of gold and notes, Jefferson Hope had the scanty provisions and water, while Lucy had a small bundle containing a few of her more valued possessions.
They made his hat and boots and clothes into a small bundle and threw it into the top branches of a tall tree.
Pickwick, as the little man deposited on the table a small bundle of documents tied with red tape.
When all of Middleton's party had embarked, the trapper lifted a small bundle, which had lain at his feet during the previous proceedings, and whistling Hector to his side, he was the last to take his seat.
Be this as it may, the boys were recalled from house- window, garden, stable, and cow-yard, and the school were assembled in full conclave, when Mr Squeers, with a small bundle of papers in his hand, and Mrs S.
His old sister-in-law popped in a small bundle, and one of the coachmen helped him into the vehicle.
He tied these carefully into a small bundle, and placing them in the inner pocket of his coat, he seized his stick and hat.
After this he took from his cupboard the bank-notes and gold he had put there, thrust the one into the pocket of his trousers, and the other into that of his waistcoat, hastily tied up a small bundle of linen, and rushing towards the door, disappeared in the darkness of the night.
I think he must have begun his journey with some small bundle under his arm and must have had it stolen or lost it.
"We will suppose," I read, "that a small bundle of connected corks was launched in a sluggish current upon a voyage across the Atlantic.
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