All the public inscriptions in the town were painted alike, in severe characters of black and white.
The Pegasus’s legs might have been more to the purpose; but, underneath the winged horse upon the sign-board, the Pegasus’s Arms was inscribed in Roman letters.
Beneath that inscription again, in a flowing scroll, the painter had touched off the lines: Good malt makes good beer, Walk in, and they’ll draw it here; Good wine makes good brandy, Give us a call, and you’ll find it handy.
’You have a suspicious appearance of inscribing some fair creature’s on the bark, Tom.’
The flag with the inscription SLEARY’S HORSERIDING was there; and the Gothic niche was there; but Mr. Sleary was not there.
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