And I bought a shell-box and a Bath bun, and closed my eyes, and lay musing in an agony of soul.
I put it into her hand as I spoke; a Bath bun that I had been carrying with me, in case I did not get home to luncheon.
A Bath bun was accordingly bought, carried home, and put carefully away in the doll's house.
One day she fancied a Bath bun; sent the new maid to the pastry-cook's.
It was disappointing, and troublesome too, because she had to carry the Bath bun about with her so long.