Every grog-shop has been emptied, and gutters and pavements are floating with liquors of all kinds.
He has been drinking hard in that Greek's or Italian's grog-shop for three days.
He had shuffled off the grog-shop, and fluttered into one of the brightest of Cleveland hotels.
She spends her time between the poor-house and the grog-shop.
He took off the belt at once, flung it down, and staggered away back to his grog-shop.
As I was coming home I passed the grog-shop I spoke to you about.
His son, a few months ago, fell dead in a Philadelphia grog-shop.
So long as I remained here, I could not turn a corner in your streets without passing a grog-shop.
I supposed that my mates had strayed off to some grog-shop—where they might spend a good part of the afternoon.
I took him back into the grog-shop and bought him rum, taking a very little myself, with a great deal of blackstrap and water.