United States or Tanzania ? Vote for the TOP Country of the Week !


Mannering; ye're no eating your meat; allow me to recommend some of the kipper It was John Hay that catcht it, Saturday was three weeks, down at the stream below Hempseed ford," etc., etc., etc.

Molly crept out and reached over the bed, and got hold of the giant's hand, and she pulled and she pulled until she got off the ring; but just as she got it off the giant got up, and gripped her by the hand, and he says: "Now I have catcht you, Molly Whuppie, and, if I had done as much ill to you as ye have done to me, what would ye do to me?"

"'Twas I," quoth Eumolpus, "commanded it, not wishing ill to the ship, but ease to my self; for they are my slaves, and having long staring hairs, I order'd the uncomely sight to be taken away; not only that I might not seem to make a prison of the ship; but that the mark of their villany might more plainly appear; and to let you know how richly they deserve the punishment; among other rogueries, they rob'd me of a considerable sum of money, and spent it with all the luxury of rich debauches, on a trull that was at both their services, whom I catcht them with last night.

I was same as a sailor working all the voyage home, making a cage, and painting it goold, for the love-bird he's catcht in the sunny lands somewhere; but when he's putting it in, it's only wanting away, poor thing." With a sense of grovelling meanness, Philip sat and listened. Then, with eyes wandering across the floor, he said, "You have nothing to reproach yourself with.

It was John Hay that catcht it, Saturday was three weeks, down at the stream below Hempseed ford, etc. etc. etc.

And under the slouched hat, a pair of sunken eyes looked out, expressing the very uttermost of human despair. "Brand! where have you been?" "Don't touch me, sir! I'll go don't touch me! There ha' been hunnerds after me latin me on t' fells. They've not catcht me an' they'd not ha' catcht me noo but I'm wore oot. I ha' been followin yo' this half-hour, Muster Boden.

"But it takes a thief to catch a thief," he said. "Which of you was the thief that catcht me? Maybe I've been only a blundering blockhead, and perhaps you've been clever, and smart uncommon, but I'm thinking there's some of you hasn't been rocked enough for all that." He held out the yellow envelope. "This letter was sealed when you gave it to me, Mr.

It was John Hay that catcht it, Saturday was three weeks, down at the stream below Hempseed ford, etc. etc. etc.

"Weel, the first line o' 't is,'Catch yer naig, an' pu' his tail. Wi' muckle diffeeclety we hae catcht him, an' noo for the tail o' 'im! There! that's dune! though there's no muckle to shaw for 't. The neist direction is 'In his hin' heel caw a nail: we s' turn up a' his fower feet thegither,'cause they're cooperant; an' noo lat 's see the proper spot whaur to caw the said nail!"

In an old pamphlet describing a "tumult in Fleet Street, raised by the disorderly preachment, pratings, and prattlings of a swarm of Separatists," one reads such sentences as the following: "At length they catcht one of them alone, but they kickt him so vehemently as if they meant to beat him into a jelly.