March was very busy trying to finish a letter, which must go at once, and Hannah had the grumps, for being up
late didn't suit her.
If you had daylight, it would be worth the trouble to step up
on the height of this rock, and look at the perversity of the water.
The other took it, and began to examine it; he smoothed it between his fingers, and held it up
to the light; he turned it over, and upside down, and edgeways.
And now, gentlemen, seein' as we've met so happily, I think I'll stand up
to a small matter of a treat in this here parlor.
When him and the old lady come down in the morn- ing all the family got up
out of their chairs and give them good-day, and didn't set down again till they had set down.
They've got a right to come up
and buy drinks at the bar yonder forrard, and they take that chance to bribe somebody to keep watch on me--porter or boots or somebody.
The master tried to explain the matter; but he was really half dead with fatigue, and all that I could make out, amongst her scolding, was a tale of his seeing it starving, and houseless, and as good as dumb, in the streets of Liverpool, where he picked it up
and inquired for its owner.
I was took up
, took up
, took up
, to that extent that I reg'larly grow'd up
have you thought of the kind of men you would give me up
But if your ladyship would give me a day's work to keep me goin', I could put up
all this money in a little wooden savings bank I have at home, and keep it to spend when sickness or odd age shall, in a manner of speaking, lay their 'ends upon me.
On that point," replied the bachelor, "opinions differ, as tastes do; some swear by the adventure of the windmills that your worship took to be Briareuses and giants; others by that of the fulling mills; one cries up
the description of the two armies that afterwards took the appearance of two droves of sheep; another that of the dead body on its way to be buried at Segovia; a third says the liberation of the galley slaves is the best of all, and a fourth that nothing comes up
to the affair with the Benedictine giants, and the battle with the valiant Biscayan.
Then the gentleman looked up
and displayed the expressive countenance of Valentin de Bellegarde.
And with that he ups
and he outs, and all I could say wouldn't hold him back.
and downs in his voice were noticeable, but they did not affect her.
We must take the ups
wi' the downs, Tess," said she; "and never could your high blood have been found out at a more called-for moment.