Suppose then we smoke a pipe of peace, and Carroll extracted from the recesses of his pocket two brierwood pipes.
Hazletine produced a brierwood pipe and pressed some tobacco in the bowl.
brierwood glanced at the door sharply,—even fearfully,—his hand motionless on the rolls of money.
The moon had already risen when Bradley, with his brierwood pipe, preceded Richardson upon the veranda.
Felix nodded in dismissal, rested his elbows on the table, and again puffed away at his brierwood.
He had never been addicted to drink, and his only indulgence was his brierwood pipe, which was his almost inseparable companion.
Supplying ourselves with the primal necessities of stout sticks and brierwood pipes we set out.
Out shot the brierwood like a projectile, and a giant finger wagged at the intruder.
Turning, she saw her husband puffing away at his brierwood pipe.
Harper was in the smoker, pulling at a brierwood pipe and looking sour enough.