On Jerry's return to the rank there was a good deal of laughing and chaffing at him for driving hard to the train for an extra
fare, as they said, all against his principles, and they wanted to know how much he had pocketed.
I had reached the conclusion, it will be remembered, that the extra
baggage of my friend, the artist, would prove to be pictures, or at least a picture; for I knew he had been for several weeks in conference with Nicolino:--and now here was a box, which, from its shape, COULD possibly contain nothing in the world but a copy of Leonardo's "Last Supper;" and a copy of this very "Last Supper," done by Rubini the younger, at Florence, I had known, for some time, to be in the possession of Nicolino.
Let us now see what there is to counterbalance any extra
expense that may attend the establishment of the proposed government.
gear, and the spare ax were thrown away.
Eighteen miles off a man had some extra
hand-cut shingles which he was willing to trade for a horse-collar.
We made a most imposing and awe-inspiring spectacle as we strung out across the yellow landscape; the two hundred and fifty ornate and brightly colored chariots, preceded by an advance guard of some two hundred mounted warriors and chieftains riding five abreast and one hundred yards apart, and followed by a like number in the same formation, with a score or more of flankers on either side; the fifty extra
mastodons, or heavy draught animals, known as zitidars, and the five or six hundred extra
thoats of the warriors running loose within the hollow square formed by the surrounding warriors.
And if, for some urgent reason, I ought to be up particularly early in the morning, it is then, more than at any other time, that I love to lie an extra
half-hour in bed.
Chizzle, Mizzle, or otherwise was particularly engaged and had appointments until dinner, may have got an extra
moral twist and shuffle into themselves out of Jarndyce and Jarndyce.
Boots and clothes is extra
, and fires in winter-time is eightpence a day.'
Pontellier had prepared for bed, but he slipped on an extra
"No," said Godfrey, with a keen decisiveness of tone, in contrast with his usually careless and unemphatic speech--"there's debts we can't pay like money debts, by paying extra
for the years that have slipped by.
What's the good of me workin' like a slave all week, a-savin' minutes, an' them a-comin' an' ringin' in fancy- starch extras