John Ellery was thinking, also, but his thoughts were not of the Peppers.
Marks and Peppers and the club-footed Malan were all moving somewhere in our front.
Peppers began to hammer the table with his stone pitcher and call for Roy.
Peppers gulped a swallow, then he lowered his pitcher and looked at Ump.
Then he gave the fiddle to Peppers, and came over to where we were seated.
Peppers had stolen the boat and floated it away with the current.
It is the story of Phronsie, the youngest and dearest of all the Peppers.
The friends of the Peppers are legion and the number will be further increased by this book.
Peel and chop fine and use Spanish peppers and salt, cream and butter.
"Twouldn't be the same without the Peppers in it," said Jasper.