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They walked about the streets and the wooded hills, they drove in cabs, they boated on the river, they sipped beer and coffee, afternoons, in the Schloss gardens.
Better not try to brew beer there now, or it would turn out sour, boy; don't you think so?
When the providore has received these contributions, he divides them according to the number of persons, and the want they are in: the proportion they observe in this distribution is twenty pots of beer, ten of mead, and one cow to a hundred loaves.
And to think," said Musqueton, "that we have nothing to fight seasickness with but barley bread and hop beer.
The most noted curiosity, however, of this singular region, is the Beer Spring, of which trappers give wonderful accounts.
Boys, 'tis what he's been driving at these six months - our superior corp'ril with his education and his copies of the Irish papers and his everlasting beer.
Then Clever Elsie began to weep and said: 'If I get Hans, and we have a child, and he grows big, and we send him into the cellar here to draw beer, then the pick-axe will fall on his head and kill him.
He was a short man, stout from excessive beer drinking, with a heavy moustache and long, unkempt hair.
But gin men be put in the stocks for drinking ale and beer, I trow thou wouldst not lose thy part.
By luck of birth possessed of a genial but soft disposition and a splendid constitution, his reputation was that for twenty years he had never missed his day's work nor his six daily quarts of bottled beer, even, as he bragged, when in the German islands, where each bottle of beer carried ten grains of quinine in solution as a specific against malaria.
If she let the precious minutes slip away, there might be another beating in store for her at the drain: her father was not of an indulgent disposition when his children were late in bringing his beer.
A glass of beer for Lady Lydiard," said Miss Pink--under protest.