Good Cook, I love thee well, and thou shalt have a good pottle of our master's best wine every day, for thou art an old and faithful servant.
Little John, also, had enough, for he pushed the pasty aside, as though he would say, "I want thee by me no more, good friend." Then he took the pottle of sack, and said he, "Now, good fellow, I swear by all that is bright, that thou art the stoutest companion at eating that ever I had.
Then the Cook took another draught from the pottle, and, clearing his throat, sang right sweetly:
"Now, by my faith," cried the Cook, as he rattled the pottle against the sideboard, "I like that same song hugely, and eke the motive of it, which lieth like a sweet kernel in a hazelnut"
Will you pe take de odder pottle
, or ave you pe got zober yet and come to your zenzes?"
He had a paper-bag under each arm and a pottle
of strawberries in one hand, and was out of breath.
deep, again went round; never did beverage excite greater glee, or meet with more rapturous commendation.
They were obliged to join him in his "prosnics" or carousals, and to drink "potations pottle
deep." His carousals, too, were not of the most quiet kind, nor were his potations as mild as nectar.
For, coz, since all thoughts are things, you have but to think a pair of herrings, and then conjure up a pottle
of milk wherewith to wash them down."
American Trucking Associations (ATA) chairman Barry Pottle
called for the trucking industry to coordinate its lobbying efforts at the McLeod User Conference at the Gaylord Rockies in Aurora, Colorado, on Tuesday, August 27.
"We had a whole host of activities for people to do - a hands on animal experience, an opportunity to see the stars in an explorer dome, the chance to build stomp rockets, watch our science magician build a giant mousetrap on stage as part of his amazing show, explore the psychology of space with Jon Wood, engage with science stories from the multi award winning Jules Pottle
and our headline act for both days is the One Shows very own scientist in residence, Marty Jopson, who will be exploring microscopic worlds."