Naturally, they did not have the keen sense of values that I had, who was never given money to buy
And to think that poor old Geppetto sat at home in his shirt sleeves, shivering with cold, having sold his coat to buy
that little book for his son!
For one thing," answered Richard, rankling a little, "it won't buy one into the exclusive circles of society.
We can't buy one minute of time with cash; if we could, rich people would live longer.
Not a single merchant ever buys
a forest without counting the trees, unless they get it given them for nothing, as you're doing now.
Alderman said, 'But hold, madam, if you were designing to buy spoons, I hope you will not let my friend here lose his customer by the mistake.
Alderman saw my money, he said, 'Well, madam, now I am satisfied you were wronged, and it was for this reason that I moved you should buy the spoons, and stayed till you had bought them, for if you had not had money to pay for them, I should have suspected that you did not come into the shop with an intent to buy, for indeed the sort of people who come upon these designs that you have been charged with, are seldom troubled with much gold in their pockets, as I see you are.
He had told me at Chester he was ruined by that match, and that his fortunes were made desperate on my account; for that thinking I had been a fortune, he was run into debt more than he was able to pay, and that he knew not what course to take; that he would go into the army and carry a musket, or buy a horse and take a tour, as he called it; and though I never told him that I was a fortune, and so did not actually deceive him myself, yet I did encourage the having it thought that I was so, and by that means I was the occasion originally of his mischief.
If one o' the family chooses to buy 'em in, they can, but one thing must be bid for as well as another.
Well, I've no objection to buy some of the best things," said Mrs.
I'm sure, sister, I've never asked anybody to do anything, only buy things as it 'ud be a pleasure to 'em to have, so as they mightn't go and be spoiled i' strange houses.
We shall make a shift among us to buy what's sufficient for you; though, as Mrs.
if you'll be kind enough to let me speak, i'stead o' taking the words out o' my mouth,--I was going to say, Bessy, as it's fine talking for you to say as you've never asked us to buy anything for you; let me tell you, you
I should be so loath for 'em to buy it at the Golden Lion," said the poor woman, her heart swelling, and the tears coming,--"my teapot as I bought when I was married, and to think of its being scratched, and set before the travellers and folks, and my letters on it,--see here, E.
It usually gives the issuing business the first right of refusal to buy
the ownership interest and other owners the second option to buy