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Things is running our way," says Gentleman to me, after one of these meetings.
Jack," he says to me when we're in bed, "this is too easy.
The line shows," says the Madame, "that ye've not arrived at your time of life without bad luck.
SOCRATES: Not only that, my dear boy, but you may say further that I have never known of any one else who did, in my judgment.
I was paddling off, all in a sweat to tell on him; but when he says this, it seemed to kind of take the tuck all out of me.
Well, now," he says, perfectly ca'm, "what would you say if I was to tell you I ain't going to start in at all?
To be sure, he said, they are to receive what we owe them, and an enemy, as I take it, owes to an enemy that which is due or proper to him-- that is to say, evil.
I am sure I hate Molly Seagrim as much as your ladyship can; and as for abusing Squire Jones, I can call all the servants in the house to witness, that whenever any talk hath been about bastards, I have always taken his part; for which of you, says I to the footmen, would not be a bastard, if he could, to be made a gentleman of?
says she; 'don't I tell you that you shall not go to service till your are bigger?
Snagsby does look as if he would like it very much, but he says, with his cough of mildness, "No, my dear, no.
Dat's what I says teh dem: 'Don' come in here an' make no trouble,' I says, like dat.
Veneering then says to Mrs Veneering, 'We must work,' and throws himself into a Hansom cab.