and a wolly-wou, pully-wou," and then wid that he shoved up his two shoulders till the divil the bit of his hid was to be diskivered, and then he let down the two corners of his purraty-trap, and thin not a haporth more of the satisfaction could I git out o' the spalpeen.
You percave I had a reason of my own for knowing that she couldn't git down the stares althegither and intirely; for I knew very well that I had hould of her hand, for the divil the bit had I iver lit it go.
Well, I'd got to talk so nice it wasn't no comfort -- I'd got to go up in the attic and rip out awhile, every day, to git a taste in my mouth, or I'd a died, Tom.
'thout it's tollable hard to git -- and you go and beg off for me with the widder."
An' yeh may git a lot 'a other sicknesses, too, by mornin'.
I must put yeh t' bed an' see that yeh git a good night's rest."
"Well, I don't re'ly k'yer a durn what I DO learn, so's I git a chance fur to make my way.
Couldn't make out what you was a-tryin' to git through yo' head no way.
"You'd better let up on the bot', ol' woman, or you'll git done."
"Git outa deh way," she persistently bawled, waving feet with their dishevelled shoes near the heads of her children.
When you git
another one, you'll git
down on yo' knees en beg for it!"
"Oh, Harve, don't ye want to slip down an' git