Hunter brought the boat round under the stern-port, and Joyce and I set to work loading her with powder tins, muskets, bags of biscuits, kegs of pork, a cask of cognac, and my invaluable medicine chest
In my personal medicine chest
was a quart of whisky.
Half an hour after, Jo went to `Mother's closet' for something, and there found little Beth sitting on the medicine chest
, looking very grave, with red eyes and a camphor bottle in her hand.
after his name, as we found out afterwards, and he had a splendid travelling medicine chest
and a set of instruments.
“I mought, Judge,” said the old tar, with a broad grin; “but there was no need of the medicine chest
for a cure; for, as I thought the brew was spoilt for the marine’s taste, and there was no telling when another sea might come and spoil it for mine.
We may suppose, too, that Rebecca, on paying a second visit to Queen's Crawley, did not feel particularly grieved at the absence of the lady of the medicine chest
; though she wrote a Christmas letter to her Ladyship, in which she respectfully recalled herself to Lady Southdown's recollection, spoke with gratitude of the delight which her Ladyship's conversation had given her on the former visit, dilated on the kindness with which her Ladyship had treated her in sickness, and declared that everything at Queen's Crawley reminded her of her absent friend.
To them the village was literally a community, a league for mutual defence, and you would suppose that they would not go a-huckleberrying without a medicine chest
. The amount of it is, if a man is alive, there is always danger that he may die, though the danger must be allowed to be less in proportion as he is dead-and-alive to begin with.
In the saloon the doctor's voice greeted me, and his large form followed his voice, issuing out of the starboard spare cabin where the ship's medicine chest
was kept securely lashed in the bed-place.
He really wants sleep; and Lady Verinder's medicine chest
is at my disposal.
And back it came, day after day, steering compasses, blocks and tackles, sails, coils of rope, medicine chests
, ensigns, signal flags--everything, in fact, except the trade goods and supplies which had already been kai-kai'd.
DURING a spring clean of one of our display cases at Aberdeen Maritime Museum I got a chance to get up close and personal with this ship's medicine chest
. The chest came to us in 1992 from the receiver of Wreck, who monitor items recovered from shipwrecks off the British coast.
CVS/pharmacy revealed on Friday that it will acquire Medicine Chest
Pharmacy's 19 drug stores in Texas, for an undisclosed value, during the last weekend of December.