Pray, Sir' (to Mr. Armstrong), 'do me the honour to try this snuff, 'tis real French rappee.
Those fresh supplies of little scandals were as fresh pinches of rappee to the arid nostril all athirst for dust.
One day he happened to blend Dutch and rappee and poured the mixture into a drawer labelled 37.
His waistcoat was low in the neck, and had flap pouches, wherein he kept his mull for rappee, and his tobacco-box.
"Senor, this snuff will not pass in Spain" (it was French rappee); and after turning it out on the ground he gave me back the box.
Likewise, I came to carry a snuff-box, and to consume in secret huge quantities of rappee.
Dr. Deane took a small pinch of rappee, and then touched his nose lightly with his lavendered handkerchief.
Like other great men, this Pasha makes a great consumption of rappee, and empties nearly a box a-day.
Indeed, I am just here on the same errand—to see Mr Wolstang—eh (a sneeze)—that rappee is certainly very strong.