Then by companies after tiffin we walked chattering to the uplands of Hell.
At tiffin that noon on the Negros I told the story to the others.
I find, on going to tiffin at Jack Apsley's, that Mrs. Jack has heard all about the winnings and losings at the club.
He dined at seven o'clock, but I could give my own orders as to breakfast and tiffin.
It was tiffin time, and they were anxious to set before us our lunch of rice curry, gula Malacca, whiskey and soda.
At noon we stopped at a handy inn or tea-house for tiffin and a long rest.
Presented by the author to Mr. tiffin, Sept. 19, 1836, with an inserted letter from Wilson pertinent to the subject.
Our first day's halt for tiffin was at the small hamlet of P'u chi.
"Oh, very well," replied the Judge, and he walked down to see after his tiffin.
I found him as comfortably at tiffin as if he were at his own house in London.