"You will remember about changing your flannels
, Peter?" she said, lingering over him.
The son -- his name was Robert -- was a boy of sixteen at Rugby; and you saw him in flannels
and a cricket cap, and again in a tail-coat and a stand-up collar.
He held out his hand to the gangway by which Montgomery stood talking to a massive grey-haired man in dirty-blue flannels
, who had apparently just come aboard.
To be sure, he became a Friend by Convincement as the Quakers say, and so I cannot imagine that he was altogether worldly; but he had an eye to the main chance: he founded the industry of making flannels
in the little Welsh town where he lived, and he seems to have grown richer, for his day and place, than any of us have since grown for ours.
"But he talked of flannel
waistcoats," said Marianne; "and with me a flannel
waistcoat is invariably connected with aches, cramps, rheumatisms, and every species of ailment that can afflict the old and the feeble."
Two or three Dingley Dellers, and All- Muggletonians, were amusing themselves with a majestic air by throwing the ball carelessly from hand to hand; and several other gentlemen dressed like them, in straw hats, flannel
jackets, and white trousers--a costume in which they looked very much like amateur stone-masons--were sprinkled about the tents, towards one of which Mr.
In a suit of coarse flannel
with horn buttons, a yellow neckerchief with draggled ends, an old hat more russet-coloured than black, and laced boots of the hue of his stony calling, Durdles leads a hazy, gipsy sort of life, carrying his dinner about with him in a small bundle, and sitting on all manner of tombstones to dine.
For clothes, George said two suits of flannel
would be sufficient, as we could wash them ourselves, in the river, when they got dirty.
He wore a flannel
suit of a gay blue and a straw hat with a coloured ribbon, and he looked upon a world which, his manner seemed to indicate, had been constructed according to his own specifications through a single eyeglass.
At one time she would come on board with a jar of pickles for the steward's pantry; another time with a bunch of quills for the chief mate's desk, where he kept his log; a third time with a roll of flannel
for the small of some one's rheumatic back.
The woman kissed his eyes, and with thin, small hands felt the warm body through his white flannel
When we went downstairs we found a mug with "A Present from Tunbridge Wells" on it lighted up in the staircase window with a floating wick, and a young woman, with a swelled face bound up in a flannel
bandage blowing the fire of the drawing-room (now connected by an open door with Mrs.