'And and any news in that quarter of Mr. Mark Wylder any any surmise? I you know I'm interested for all parties. 'Well, Sir, of Mr. Wylder, I can't say as I know no more than he's been a subjek of much unpleasant feelin', which I should say there has been a great deal of angry talk since I last saw you, Sir, between Miss Lake and the capting.
They were a weird-looking crowd as they sat around the flickering fire, experiencing as he told it no small measure of the scare he had just been through. When he had finished Yan said, "Now, Guy, don't you want to go and try it?" "Oh, quit," said Guy; "I never saw such a feller as you for yammering away on the same subjek."
The de'il at other times gi'es, it's said, his agents a mutchkin o' mischief, but on this night it's thought they hae a chappin; and one thing most demonstrable is; but, sir, the sun's down the blessed light o' day is ayont the hill, and it's no safe to be subjek to the whisking o' the mildew frae the tails o' the benweed ponies that are saddled for yon awfu' carnavaulings, where Cluty plays on the pipes! so I wis you, sir, gude night and weel hame.