Hosma had a good deal to do w’en he got back, that’s w’y he sent me. An’ we betta hurry up if we expec’ to git any suppa’ to-night. Like as not you’ll fine your kitchen cleaned out.” Fanny looked her inquiry for his meaning. “Why, don’t you know this is ‘Tous-saint’ eve w’en the dead git out o’ their graves an’ walk about?

He told me that, only a short time since, an officer was robbed between Suppa and Puna, and as he attempted to defend himself, was murdered; but he added that such instances were extraordinarily rare. I had arrived about noon. After dinner, Mr. Brown conducted me to the town, which belongs to the East India Company.

These movements were not made in silence: for the falcons, as they flew, kept uttering their shrill cries that sounded like the voice of a pair of angry vixens. "Their young must be near?" suggested Karl. "No, sahib," said Ossaroo, "no nest no chickee. Fritz he hab suppa de piece ob meat ob da ibex. Churk wantee take de dog suppa away." "Oh! Fritz is eating something, is he?" said Caspar.

Thérèse’s door being closed, and moreover locked, Aunt Belindy, the stout negress who had superintended the laying of supper, felt free to give low speech to her wrath as she went back and forth between dining-room and kitchen. “Suppa gittin’ dat cole ’tain’ gwine be fittin’ fu’ de dogs te’ tech. Believe half de time w’ite folks ain’t got no feelin’s, no how.

Kamelillo says: "Why for? She not my whale. You keep her out a my suppa. Why for?" Kreps was disgusted because Kamelillo didn't like Liebchen. He went and stood on the bank, in the interest of science, and studied the habits of the cetacean, but he got no results. She had no habits, to speak uprightly, only notions. They weren't any use to science.