He said, in the most familiar way: “This is better than brickfield Terrace, eh?”
She had gone on, she said in her note, to an aunt and uncle who had a brickfield near Horsham.
The Park stands on a piece of ground formerly known as Adam's brickfield.
In the spring of 1870 I went to work in a brickfield at Alby.
They were not more than a mile from brickfield Basin, and the sun was dropping behind the hills.
Nothing is quite so pleasant, so invigorating, nor quite so dangerous as life in these brickfield posts.
It was a drowsy day, and the customary sounds of the brickfield were hushed in the doze of the afternoon sun.
We marched from here to the brickfield and from there back to a village behind the lines, out of the range of shell fire.
He had not been at home of late; he had been busy up at brickfield Farms.
The parcel found in the brickfield was tied up with a tag end of tape and a bit of a dirty apron string.