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This pleasant rivalry put us at once upon friendly terms; and I sat up and drank punch with him (or to be more correct, sat up and watched him drink it), until he was so tipsy that he wept upon my shoulder.
I start it from where it is, corkscrewin' around his right guard an' pivotin' at the waist to put the weight of my shoulder into the punch. An' it connects!-- Square on the point of the chin, sideways.
Micawber that I relied upon him for a bowl of punch, and led him to the lemons.
All these things passed rapidly through Tom's mind as he sat drinking the hot punch by the roaring fire, and he felt very justly and properly indignant that the tall man should be in a fair way of keeping such an excellent house, while he, Tom Smart, was as far off from it as ever.
To this Mr Codlin, who had a surly, grumbling manner, replied, as he twitched Punch off the tombstone and flung him into the box,
Having finished his second glass of punch, Napoleon went to rest before the serious business which, he considered, awaited him next day.
Perhaps, in that case, we'd better send up and ask if he won't take a little more punch.'
That bowl of rack punch was the cause of all this history.
All the fleeing strength of his body gathered itself together for the lightning lucky punch. Even as Joe slipped the other smote him, fairly on the point of the chin.
I confess, indeed, some of the quality at Bath, two or three years ago, wanted mightily to bring Punch again upon the stage.
That much injured Royal Person invented, in her happier hours, maraschino punch. Fondly attached to her gracious mistress, my mother shared her tastes.
"And now we have done, Sydney, fill a bumper of punch," said Mr.