And now " "Don't you say no more, Andy. Dora's a child, and she wanted you. Don't ye give her up. If you give her up, and she, poor child, on the other sides of the water, I'll never respict ye d'ye hear that, now, Andy? Only the last letter she wrote she said she'd break her heart if I let you fall in love with anybody else.

"Give it first to the captin, misthress," said Chane, pointing to me; "sarve all ayqually, but respict rank." The woman understood the sign, and handed me the jar. I drank copiously, passing it to my comrades, Clayley and Raoul. Chane at length took the jar; but instead of drinking immediately, as might have been expected, he set it between his knees and looked quizzically up at the woman.

"Respict for me own intherests," he says, "is me proudest virtue. Would ye have me missin' the sight of a rivolution from a private box, an' the shpectacle of explodin' liberty? An' ye'll be havin' me blood to-morry by the tomb of your mother? Ah, now!" "Let me go!" he says, shrieking and struggling. "I accept your apology! Say no more!" Flannagan looked at Madame Bill.

"Well, when Wallace was hiring his gardener he asked him whom he had been living with. "'Misther Dalton, sorr. "'Have you a recommendation, Terence? "'A ricommindation is it, sorr? Sure I have nothing agin Misther Dalton, though he moightn't be knowing just the respict the likes of a first-class garthener is entitled to." He did not laugh. He seldom does, it seems, at his own stories.

"Well, when Wallace was hiring his gardener he asked him whom he had been living with. "'Misther Dalton, sorr. "'Have you a recommendation, Terence? "'A ricommindation is it, sorr? Sure I have nothing agin Misther Dalton, though he moightn't be knowing just the respict the likes of a first-class garthener is entitled to." He did not laugh. He seldom does, it seems, at his own stories.

"In hall them doings about the Fitsjerrals at Carsal Richmon I halways felt the most profound respict for you because you wanted to do the thing as was rite wich was what I halways wanted to myself only coodent becase of the guvnor. 'Let the right un win, guvnor, said I, hover hand hover again; but no, he woodent.

"Well, boys, I shpose you are hungry," said Tim, "If yez isn't I begins to howld a very strong suspicion that it's meself that is." "Yes," replied Elwood, "we are both very hungry, but we had little appetite so long as we knew you were in danger." "It was very kind of yez to restrain your appetite out of respict to me, and I'll not forgit to do the same when yez git into throuble."

It was full of love and respict to his poor parents, an' he longin' to see them in 'Meriky; but he said he had written by stealth, for he was very unhappy intirely, that his uncle thrated him hardly, becaze he would not be a praste, an' wanted to lave him, to work for himsel'; an' he refused to buy him a farm wid the money his grandfather left him, which he was bound by the will to do, as Mike was now of age, an' his own masther.

"Well, when Wallace was hiring his gardener he asked him whom he had been living with. "'Misther Dalton, sorr. "'Have you a recommendation, Terence? "'A ricommindation is it, sorr? Sure I have nothing agin Misther Dalton, though he moightn't be knowing just the respict the likes of a first-class garthener is entitled to." He did not laugh. He seldom does, it seems, at his own stories.