"Your dad's stuck to you; you ought to stick to him." "Ah, Dad! He's losin' his place for me, but that don't stop his tongue at home. 'Tis no use to nag me nag me. Suppose one of m'lady's daughters had a bit of fun they say there's lots as do I've heard tales there'd be none comin' to chase her out of her home. 'No, my girl, you can't live here no more, endangerin' the young men. You go away.
'So long as you lives there, he says, 'along of yourself alone, you can't have her come back." "Did you say the children wanted looking after badly? Did you make it clear? Did you say Mrs. Tryst wished it, before she " "I said that." "What did he say then?" "'Sorry for you, m'lad, but them's m'lady's orders, an' I can't go contrary.