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  • And, lo and behold, Mammy Chloe was baking tarts – big, round, crisp, sticky jam-tarts!

    A bedtime story « knitnut.net

  • There were apple-pies and jam-tarts, a dish of curds-and-whey and a jug of custard.

    Australia Felix

  • Soon he was back with two meat-pies, gingerbeer, and four enormous jam-tarts.

    The Mystery of the Vanished Prince

  • "How you can expect sandwiches for a picnic when you've stolen my meat-pie and jam-tarts, I don't know!" she began, indignantly.

    Five Run Away Together

  • "Ho!" said Mr. Stick, eyeing the meat-pie and jam-tarts that Julian was carrying.

    Five Run Away Together

  • She felt rather victorious at the time, and was also very annoyed to find that her beautiful meat-pie and jam-tarts had disappeared.

    Five Run Away Together

  • Well, a meat-pie and jam-tarts ought to be all right for four hungry children!

    Five Run Away Together

  • He felt along the shelf again and came to a plate on which were what he thought must be jam-tarts, for they were round and flat, and had something sticky in the middle.

    Five Run Away Together

  • I think I must go home now, and come again another day, and then I can bring you a basket with some jam-tarts and things.

    XI. Maggie Tries to Run away from Her Shadow. Book I—Boy and Girl

  • Dandy, jam-tarts for Happy Dick, cake and biscuits for all comers, in addition to a dinner and supper waiting to be cooked for fifteen black boys, several lubras, and half-a-dozen hungry white folk.

    We of the Never-Never

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