"It's yeads," said Bob, hastily, snatching up the halfpenny as it fell.
"I sha'n't," said Bob, holding it tight in his pocket.
"You can't make me do nothing, you can't," said Bob.
"But I'll make you care, you cheat," said Tom, collaring Bob and shaking him.
"You get out wi' you," said Bob, giving Tom a kick.
Tom's blood was thoroughly up: he went at Bob with a lunge and threw him down, but Bob seized hold and kept it like a cat, and pulled Tom down after him.
" You , say you'll give me the halfpenny now," he said, with difficulty, while he exerted himself to keep the command of Bob's arms.
Bob Sawyer; 'I'm going to have a few medical fellows that night.'
Bob Sawyer had informed him that he meant to be very cosy, and that his friend Ben was to be one of the party, they shook hands and separated.
Bob held his withered little hand in his, as if he loved the child, and wished to keep him by his side, and dreaded that he might be taken from him.
`Mr Scrooge.' said Bob; `I'll give you Mr Scrooge, the Founder of the Feast.'
Bob Cratchit told them how he had a situation in his eye for Master Peter, which would bring in, if obtained, full five-and-sixpence weekly.