Florence established herself upon the sofa, and the two boys in arm-chairs near the fire, each with a large slice of bread and butter in one hand and a piece of cheese in the other, and their tumblers of milk on corners of the table within reach. The Florence Stories - Page 193by Jacob Abbott - 1867Full view
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John Townsend Trowbridge, Lucy Larcom, Gail Hamilton - 1867 - 832 pages
...then returned to the kitchen to find the great Will Crusoe fast asleep upon the settle, a big doughnut in one hand and a piece of cheese in the other, and the tears he had so bravely kept back while he waked creeping from under his closed eyelids. Bessie...