I might be mista'en--but he like gave a sort of a whistle, and I saw a bit
of a smile on his face; and he said, "Oh, it's all stuff
We had to go quite a bit
farther than usual before we could surround a little bunch of antelope, and as I was helping drive them, I saw a fine red deer a couple of hundred yards behind me.
He didn't want me to study much, but he never said a word about teaching, and I don't believe he will mind a bit
And wasn't it mesilf, sure, that jist giv'd it the laste little bit
of a squaze in the world, all in the way of a commincement, and not to be too rough wid her leddyship?
But there's the bakehus, if you could make up your mind to spend a twopence on the oven now and then,--not every week, in course--I shouldn't like to do that myself,--you might carry your bit
o' dinner there, for it's nothing but right to have a bit
o' summat hot of a Sunday, and not to make it as you can't know your dinner from Saturday.
So she began nibbling at the righthand bit
again, and did not venture to go near the house till she had brought herself down to nine inches high.
We asked him if he had ever tried washing flannels in the river, and he replied: "No, not exactly himself like; but he knew some fellows who had, and it was easy enough;" and Harris and I were weak enough to fancy he knew what he was talking about, and that three respectable young men, without position or influence, and with no experience in washing, could really clean their own shirts and trousers in the river Thames with a bit
Here was a chance of reading that domestic bit
about the child which I had marked on the day of Mr.
It's attacking my nerve-centres, eating them up, bit
, cell by cell--from the pain.
It's got some life in it so as it sticks out a bit
Bartle entered quietly, and, going up to Adam, grasped his hand and said, "I'm just come to look at you, my boy, for the folks are gone out of court for a bit
We're all right for a bit
, then," he said; "but it's a pretty sort of a picnic you're on, eh?