"I will first cut the pie for you; I am going to have muffin and marmalade," said Ribby.
"May I pass you the marmalade?" said Duchess hurriedly.
"I beg your pardon," persisted Sir Joseph; "marmalade
She pronounced the tea to be excellent, and praised the exquisite taste in which the marmalade
was arranged in the saucers.
There was also ham and marmalade
and bread, so that he had a really very tolerable breakfast indeed.
The gentleman who was spreading the marmalade
returned, without looking up from that occupation, 'What did he call the Dog?'
What matter was it that on the outside of the jar the eye of mere observation noted the words "Keelwell's Marmalade
Portions of marmalade
had likewise been distributed on a service of plates constructed of curlpaper; and cowslip wine had been quaffed from the small squat measuring glass in which little Rickitts (a junior of weakly constitution) took her steel drops daily.
Mary drank some tea and ate a little toast and some marmalade
There was a highly seasoned stew with meat and vegetables, a dish of fresh fruit, and a bowl of milk beside which was a little jug containing something which resembled marmalade
. So ravenous was she that she did not even wait for her companion to reach the table, and as she ate she could have sworn that never before had she tasted more palatable food.
Next, aided by anxious sailors, he and Daughtry dropped into the lazarette through the cabin floor, and began breaking out and passing up a stream of supplies--cases of salmon and beef, of marmalade
and biscuit, of butter and preserved milk, and of all sorts of the tinned, desiccated, evaporated, and condensed stuff that of modern times goes down to the sea in ships for the nourishment of men.
Bucket lays in a breakfast of two mutton chops as a foundation to work upon, together with tea, eggs, toast, and marmalade
on a corresponding scale.