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An' den when dat Sadie MacMallister next door to us was sent teh deh devil by dat feller what worked in deh soap-factory, didn't I tell our Mag dat if she--"
Dere wasn't a feller come teh deh house but she'd try teh mash 'im.
Began to talk about Delilahs and Jezebels and Fools-there-was and the rest of it, and what a mug a feller was to let a female into 'is cosy home, who'd only make him spend his days hooking her up, and his nights wondering how to get back the blankets without waking her.
There was Pa Tuxton, an old feller with a beard and glasses; a fat uncle; a big brother, who worked in a bank and was dressed like Moses in all his glory; and a little brother with a snub nose, that cheeky you'd have been surprised.
He was one of these broken-down Eton or 'Arrer fellers, folks said.
Not knowin' what your notions o' fun may be, I can't rightly say, young feller.
I don't blame you, not a mite, young feller, nor you won't blame me when the bile's out o' your systim.
Dan," he said to his son, "I was sot ag'in' this young feller when I first saw him, on account o' hasty jedgments.
Now, Tom's roarer when there's any thumping or fighting to be done; but at lying he an't good, Tom an't,--ye see it don't come natural to him; but, Lord, if thar's a feller in the country that can swear to anything and everything, and put in all the circumstances and flourishes with a long face, and carry 't through better 'n I can, why, I'd like to see him, that's all
Our dogs tore a feller half to pieces, once, down in Mobile, 'fore we could get
Osborne said, looking hard at him and turning very red too--"you did me a great injury; but give me leave to tell you, sir, you are an honest feller.
osses should be brought out and his carriage made into an hospital for that old feller and Mrs.
All I know, my dear feller,' said Mr Chuckster, running his fingers through his hair, 'is, that he is the cause of my having stood here twenty minutes, for which I hate him with a mortal and undying hatred, and would pursue him to the confines of eternity if I could afford the time.
The army makes 'em wild, and they like nothing better than the job of leading off a young feller like you, as ain't never been away from home much and has allus had a mother, an' a-learning
Yank," the other had informed him, "yer a right dum good feller.