Like Barney Bralligan's song that finished before it begun isn't that the way of it, ma'am?" "It's a goodish len'th of a while," said Mrs. Doherty. "But thin there's the lave; don't be forgettin' the lave, Paddy man. Supposin' we " "Tub be sure, there's the lave. Why, it's skytin' home on lave they do be most continial.
Such was the purport of Mrs. Duggan's remarks, which were punctuated by Joe McEvoy's peremptory requests that she would lave gabbin' and givin' impidence, and his appeals to the others to inform him whether they weren't all to be pitied for havin' to put up wid the ould screech-owl's foolish talk. "Sure, that's the way they do be keepin' it up continial, Micky lad," Mrs.
It suit him faw a reason known on'y to yo's truly, yit which the said yo's truly would accede to transfawm to you, seh; yass, seh; in considerations o' us goin' in cahoots, aw else a call loan, an' yit mo' stric'ly a call-ag'in loan, a sawt o' continial fee, yass, seh; an' the on'y question, now much kin you make it?"