The Rough Road

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1918 - World War, 1914-1918 - 346 pages
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Page 128 - ... than put it there — turned it apparently once round between his teeth — and then voraciously and instantly swallowed it whole. By the time a quarter of Mr. Blyth's plateful of liver and bacon, and half of Zack's, had disappeared, Mr. Marksman had finished his frugal meal ; had wiped his mouth on the back of his hand, and the back of his hand on the leg of his trousers; had mixed two glasses of strong hot rum-andwater for himself and Zack ; and had set to work on the composition of a third...
Page 50 - You just try to do it, Peddle — especially after two quarts of beer. He's showing his gratitude, poor chap, just like the juggler of Notre Dame in the story. And I'm sure everybody's enjoying themselves?" "The maids are nearly in hysterics, sir.
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