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Σελίδα 82 - I am no married man, and thou canst not lie with my wife. I am very poor, and thou canst not borrow money of me. Then what employment have I for a friend?
Σελίδα 87 - I am of your patriarchs; I, a branch of one of your antediluvian families, fellows that the flood could not wash away.
Σελίδα 85 - Nay, now you do me wrong ; for, if any interest was considered, it was yours ; since I thought I wanted more than love to make me worthy of you.
Σελίδα 22 - Pooh, I know Madam Drab has made her brags in three or four places, that I said this and that, and writ to her, and did I know not what. But, upon my reputation, she did me wrong. Well, well, that was
Σελίδα 72 - My nails are not long enough. — Let me have a pair of red-hot tongs quickly, quickly ; and you shall see me act St. Dunstan, and lead the devil by the nose.
Σελίδα 94 - I'm as tired as any thing in the world. Tait. O pox ! how shall I get rid of this foolish girl ) [Aside. Miss P. O, I have pure news, I can tell you pure news — I must not marry the seaman now — My father says so. Why won't you be my husband ? You say you love me ! and you won't be my husband.
Σελίδα 54 - I spoke you fair, d'ye see, and civil. — As for your love or your liking I don't value it of a rope's end. — And mayhap I like you as little as you do me. — What I said was in obedience to father. Gad, I fear a whipping no more than you do. But I tell you one thing. If you should give such language at sea you'd have a cat o' nine tails laid across your shoulders.
Σελίδα 26 - Pooh, no I thank you, I have enough to do to take care of my own. Well, but I'll come and see you one of these mornings. I hear you have a great many pictures.