But I says
, I GOT to do it -- I can't get OUT of it.
Tom Sawyer," I says
, "I'll say
it again as I've said it a many a time before: I ain't fitten to black your boots.
I never see'd a ghost myself; but then I says
to myself, "Very like I haven't got the smell for 'em.
Left, left," says
he; "keep to your left hand, mate Jim
replied Teresa; "because of the proverb that says
'who covers thee, discovers thee.
I assure you, judges, that he does not: for he says
that the sun is stone, and the moon earth.
Belave me, my jewel, it was Sir Pathrick that was unreasonable mad thin, and the more by token that the Frinchman kipt an wid his winking at the widdy; and the widdy she kept an wid the squazing of my flipper, as much as to say
, "At him again, Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, mavourneen:" so I just ripped out wid a big oath, and says
We keeps Jerry under--what's it the heroine says
in the melodrama?
Snagsby, in a spectral bass voice and without removing her eyes from Chadband, says
with dreadful distinctness, "Go away
Oh no, she is another kind of woman altogether,' my mother says
, and then spoils the compliment by adding naively, 'She had but two rooms and I have six.
Dat's what I says
teh dem: 'Don' come in here an' make no trouble,' I says
, like dat.
Charley,' she says
, 'how do you like to work for me?