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  • There are her barrels of salt beef and pork, her beautiful white lard, her Indian-corn and corn-meal, her rice and tobacco, her beef-tongues, dried peas, and a few

    The American Fugitive in Europe. Sketches of Places and People Abroad. By Wm. Wells Brown. With a Memoir of the Author.

  • Richard felt queasy for a day, dry-retched twice, then recovered feeling remarkably well for a man who had eaten naught except hard bread and salt beef for over a month.

    Morgan’s Run

  • To taste salt beef and biscuit again, and never again to taste beans and garbanzos.

    Mr. Midshipman Easy

  • No one came near them save for two terrified young marines Davy Evans and Tommy Green were gone deputed to feed them salt beef and the inevitable hard bread.

    Morgan’s Run

  • “Aye, in a cupboard, and with no access to his galley, so our officers have to mess with us,” said the disher-up of salt beef and bread.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Cask after cask of salt beef and salt pork came aboard, sack after sack of hard bread, dried peas and the chickpeas called calavances, kegs of flour, bags of rice, and a great many parcels sewn in coarse cloth and inked with the name of the owner.

    Morgan’s Run


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