In a word, I had nothing on me but my drawers and a flannel shirt.
Let it steep fourteen days, and then strain it through a flannel bag.
Gather them while the shells are very soft, and rub them all with a flannel.
He wore, indeed, a shabby greenish-gray suit, and a flannel shirt.
In hot weather I place a piece of ice in flannel on the top of the pail.
Cover it with flannel till it rises, knead it well, work it into broad flat loaves or bricks, and bake them as other bread.
The feet should be kept warm, sinapisms frequently applied to them, and the part affected should be covered with flannel.
Strain the whole through a flannel, into a silver saucepan, or one of very nice block-tin, and set it over a gentle fire.
Bruise three ounces of cloves, steep them for ten days in a quart of brandy, and strain off the tincture through a flannel sieve.
A flannel cloth to cover it with is best, for the same reason.