There won't be anybody'll go further in this world than 'Laddin O'Brien, and you can say I said so " Here under oath of secrecy Mrs. Brackett lowered her voice and divulged a secret: "He got a letter this mornin' sayin' that the Portland'spy' is goin' to print three poems he sent 'em, and enclosin' three dollars to pay for 'em.
"Enclosin' t' freemen's commons is nobbut devil's wark, I's thinkin'," Peregrine went on relentlessly, "and I've marked thee out for devil's wark sin first thou tried to bring more nor thy stint o' Swawdill yowes on to t' moor." The wallers received this home-thrust with a smile of approval, and Timothy, roused by this, sought to defend himself. "It's noan devil's wark," he retorted.
Sure," he says, "it's wid great discomposure I'm taken to be treatin' so the iligint buttons an' canned-tomato clothes enclosin'," he says, "the milithary an' internal digestion of the husband of yourself," he says, "as foine a lady, an' that educated, as me eyes iver beheld. 'Tis me impulses," he says, "'tis me warm an' hearty nature.