I never jined
the church till I found a minister that was up to 'em all in Greek and all that, and he said right the contrary; and then I took right hold, and jined
the church,--I did now, fact," said John, who had been all this time uncorking some very frisky bottled cider, which at this juncture he presented.
'I am heartily of your opinion, Thomas, and which your opinion is the same as mine, and therefore no more words and not being backwards with that opinion, which opinion giving it as yes, Thomas, yes, is the opinion in which yourself and me must ever be unanimously jined
by all, and where there is not difference of opinion there can be none but one opinion, which fully no, Thomas, Thomas, no !'