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The landlord chuckled again with his lean chuckle, and seemed to be mightily tickled at something beyond my comprehension.
So I took the key of the house to the landlord, who was very glad to get it; and the beds were sent over to the King's Bench, except mine, for which a little room was hired outside the walls in the neighbourhood of that Institution, very much to my satisfaction, since the Micawbers and I had become too used to one another, in our troubles, to part.
Come, come," said the landlord, who felt that paying people for their absence was a principle dangerous to society; "a joke's a joke.
But to give him anything to drink was impossible, or would have been so had not the landlord bored a reed, and putting one end in his mouth poured the wine into him through the other; all which he bore with patience rather than sever the ribbons of his helmet.
He's come,' said the landlord, after he had filled and lighted his pipe.
Be so good, landlord, as not to swear, but remember this: cats were formerly considered, in India, as sacred animals.
At the time it did not seem to me nearly so urgent that the landlord should leave his.
While she was speaking, the landlord had come in and had begun to look at her as earnestly as his wife had done.
As she inspected her new abode she ordered her chair to be stopped at intervals in order that, with finger extended towards some article of furniture, she might ply the respectfully smiling, yet secretly apprehensive, landlord with unexpected questions.
An hour or two afterwards the landlord got up, and took his handkerchief to wipe his face, but the pin ran into him and pricked him: then he walked into the kitchen to light his pipe at the fire, but when he stirred it up the eggshells flew into his eyes, and almost blinded him.
quoth the landlord, calling the Tinker Worship to soothe him, as a man would pour oil upon angry water.
On accosting the landlord, the fair gentleman volunteered the following statement: