'You'd like to be able to make pocket-handkerchiefs as easy as Charley Bates, wouldn't you, my dear?' said the Jew.
Master Bates saw something so exquisitely ludicrous in this reply, that he burst into another laugh; which laugh, meeting the coffee he was drinking, and carrying it down some wrong channel, very nearly terminated in his premature suffocation.
At last, the Dodger trod upon his toes, or ran upon his boot accidently, while Charley Bates stumbled up against him behind; and in that one moment they took from him, with the most extraordinary rapidity, snuff-box, note-case, watch-guard, chain, shirt-pin, pocket-handkerchief, even the spectacle-case.
At length, Charley Bates expressed his opinion that it was time to pad the hoof.
A friend of the Crawley Family said: "Anna believes her husband was unjustly accused and she is determined to help Mr Bates
prove that he is not responsible for this foul deed.
, 35, told police "it was an eye for an eye" after he was arrested for the vicious assault on Kyle Davis, who he blamed for the killing of his 23-year-old younger brother in Toxteth.
29 September 2011 - Cyprotex Plc (LON:CRX), the UK-based provider of in vitro and ADME Tox services to the pharmaceutical industry, said on Thursday that Douglas Bates
was resigning from the company's board with immediate effect.
Sunderland left-back McCartney, 30, on loan at Leeds for most of the season, has angered Bates
with comments made in a local newspaper about some of Simon Grayson's players "being out on their feet after playing so much this season."
The trial at Cardiff Magistrates' Court has heard police found Bates
semiconscious and bleeding from a head wound on the stairs of a restaurant in the city.
Suddenly the front door was kicked off its hinges and Bates
burst in with his brother Dwayne, 19.
Falcons boss Bates
was informed by a letter sent out on Thursday he had to attend a meeting scheduled for this afternoon, which forms part of a coaching review at the Kingston Park club.
For Gray to say that Bates
' claims of wholesale cannibalism among desert people were 'unsubstantiated' reflects the denials by Basedow and others, but Elkin never ruled it out (Reece 2007:135-6) and today's experts on Western Desert people might be similarly cautious.