And yet-- why should I go?" His eye fell on the empty begging- bowl
, and his face changed.
The young ladies did not drink it; Osborne did not like it; and the consequence was that Jos, that fat gourmand, drank up the whole contents of the bowl
; and the consequence of his drinking up the whole contents of the bowl
was a liveliness which at first was astonishing, and then became almost painful; for he talked and laughed so loud as to bring scores of listeners round the box, much to the confusion of the innocent party within it; and, volunteering to sing a song (which he did in that maudlin high key peculiar to gentlemen in an inebriated state), he almost drew away the audience who were gathered round the musicians in the gilt scollop-shell, and received from his hearers a great deal of applause.
Jingle), in which the words 'bowl
' 'sparkling' 'ruby' 'bright' and 'wine' are frequently repeated at short intervals.
'Give me the bowl
. I know the people of this city - all who are charitable.
He was so delighted with the taste of the wine that he begged me for another bowl
It was the colour of milk; but the children did not have their father's sense of humour, and they looked at him reproachfully as he poured the medicine into Nana's bowl
. "What fun!" he said doubtfully, and they did not dare expose him when Mrs.
" La buona mancia !" chanted the cripple in the bowl
"Oh, well bowled
! well bowled
, Johnson!" cries the captain, catching up the ball and sending it high above the rook trees, while the third Marylebone man walks away from the wicket, and old Bailey gravely sets up the middle stump again and puts the bails on.
Then the bell rang, and I climbed to the top of the pavilion to watch Raffles bowl
. No subtleties are lost up there; and if ever a bowler was full of them, it was A.
They gave him some more porridge and Morel with a laugh set to work on his third bowl
. All the young soldiers smiled gaily as they watched him.
Afterwards it used to turn up in all sorts of places--at the bottom of small drawers, among my studs in cardboard boxes--till at last it found permanent rest in a large wooden bowl
containing some loose keys, bits of sealing wax, bits of string, small broken chains, a few buttons, and similar minute wreckage that washes out of a man's life into such receptacles.
Down the sides of every great rib of pure ice poured limpid rills in gutters carved by their own attrition; better still, wherever a rock had lain, there was now a bowl-shaped hole, with smooth white sides and bottom of ice, and this bowl
was brimming with water of such absolute clearness that the careless observer would not see it at all, but would think the bowl