There was one kind of tree which shed an abundance of gum, as pleasant to burn as the best French pastilles.
It ought to be smelling of musk or pastilles or joss-sticks.
At the corners there were a pair of vases in which pastilles were burning.
On a table near by, some pastilles were burning to perfume the smoke-laden air.
The sack contained 500 little bags, and each bag had 100 pastilles.
So saying he presented us with the pastilles, and we all returned to the castle.
Both are highly fragrant and aromatic; used in fumigations and pastilles, and occasionally by cabinet makers and inlayers.
They fired the houses with pastilles their chemists have invented, and with petrol.
Mademoiselle Louise then begged me to excuse her for half an hour, as she was going to make some creams, and some pastilles.
It is used in perfumery and in the manufacture of pastilles, also for flavoring confectionery, as in Tolu lozenges.