But I beg you to look in your dream-book what these adventures of mine portend.
Raz Brown, awake—nominally, at least—sat by, reading his dream-book.
"There's an organ-grinder; it's the first thing I saw;" and she came back fingering the leaves of her dream-book.
I was no better than a kitchen-maid at her dream-book and fortune-teller.
Few young women in the country, farmers' daughters and servants, were without a favourite "dream-book."
I can smell the odour of the gathered hay, and the faces in my dream-book smile at me.
Thank you, ma'am, I will, though she takes more comfort reading the dream-book than anything.
Next in the dream-book came a curled black fish, sitting looped up on its tail.
"Let's see what it says about a parasol;" and she turned over her dream-book.