The next morning, bright and early, we took a hasty breakfast, and hurried to the starting-place. Then an inconvenience presented itself which we had not properly appreciated before, namely, that one cannot make a heavy traveling trunk stand for twenty-five pounds of baggage-- because it weighs a good deal more. But that was all we could take-- twenty-five pounds each. So we had to snatch our trunks open, and make a selection in a good deal of a hurry.
Воспроизведено в оригинальной авторской орфографии издания 1872 года (издательство "Hartford, Conn., American publishing co.; Chicago, F. G. Gilman [etc., etc.]").