The trunks go like smoke, so do the firkins and other domestic wares.
There were firkins and jars in the rear of this wagon and the driver was plainly a farmer-man.
He had had word that we were coming, and the firkins were ready for us.
Thus finished, it is placed in firkins holding about eighty-five pounds.
We privately collected out of our master's store, six great old cheeses, two firkins of butter, and one whole batch of new bread.
The cellar contained various boxes, barrels, firkins and other articles, the mass of which were piled up in one corner.
The firkins were first deposited upon the deck, and then lowered down the main hatchway.
Then Hal bought, for a trifle, a lot of old butter-tubs and firkins that Mr. Terry was not sorry to be rid of.
Tongues and sounds of the Alaska codfish come pickled in brine and packed in firkins, and are sold principally to marine shipping.
He put in the various articles of produce, which were contained in bags, and firkins, and boxes.