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a cigarette. He had just placed the match in an ash tray

source:Clear thinking network   author:news   time:2023-12-01 23:58:21

Mynheer Kleef and His Bill of Fare

a cigarette. He had just placed the match in an ash tray

The boys soon found an unpretending establishment near the Breedstraat (Broad Street) with a funnily painted lion over the door. This was the Rood Leeuw or Red Lion, kept by one Huygens Kleef, a stout Dutchman with short legs and a very long pipe.

a cigarette. He had just placed the match in an ash tray

By this time they were in a ravenous condition. The tiffin, taken at Haarlem, had served only to give them an appetite, and this had been heightened by their exercise and swift sail upon the canal.

a cigarette. He had just placed the match in an ash tray

"Come, mine host! Give us what you can!" cried Peter rather pompously.

"I can give you anything--everything," answered Mynheer Kleef, performing a difficult bow.

"Well, give us sausage and pudding."

"Ah, mynheer, the sausage is all gone. There is no pudding."

"Salmagundi, then, and plenty of it."

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