Had he been Christian turned heathen, I grant you the hottest corner had been good winter quarters for him." "Hold thy peace, Long Allen," said Henry Woodstall. "I tell thee that tongue of thine is not the shortest limb about thee, and I prophesy that it will bring thee into disgrace with Father Francis, as once about the black-eyed Syrian wench. But here comes the horn.
"Little difference between a Turk and a Turkish horse, and we will use him conforming." "By Saint George, you will choke him!" said Long Allen; "and besides, it is a sin to throw away upon a heathen dog as much wine as would serve a good Christian for a treble night-cap." "Thou knowest not the nature of these Turks and pagans, Long Allen," replied Henry Woodstall.