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Tull

Jethro . 1674--1741, English agriculturalist, who invented the seed drill
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'Please explain thus onusual expunditure,' an' tull Captun Robinson, 'We beg tull advise you thot we conseeder thus pilotage an onnecessary expense.'
Ut took them two days afterward tull clean the dock o' shells an' muck.
The firm ashore made them heavier than the engineer's speecifications, an' then forgot tull charge for the dufference.
'Tull error on fire-bars, sux pounds.' They'd been tull the shup an' MacPherson hod O.K.'d ut.
He communed with himself for a moment, and then muttered indignantly: "Tull error on fire-bars, sux pounds."
Comun' tull Narrow Reach, thuck weather, wuth snow squalls, me un the chart-room, dudna I guv hum the changed course?
"An' was ut no the same when we cleared the Straits tull the east'ard?
An' when your father says no, then Jummy says, 'An' how wull he be knowun a' tull find hus way?' An' with thot your father says: 'Verry sumple ut uz, Jummy.
When we got tull sea, I found he hod no receipt for the cable.
"'How long ha' ye been goin' tull sea,' says I, 'not tull be knowin' the mate's duty uz tull deluver no cargo wuthout receipt for same?
An' the letters from the owners an' the agents uz still comun' tull me.
"Thot mate-fellow was no a proper sailor, an' no a mon tull work for owners.