Twas done with Indian skill," said the scout laughing inwardly, but with vast satisfaction; "and 'twas
a pretty sight to behold
What they did with Rob Roy I never knew; but 'twas
all for one little hare.
The king and queen and many of the court do start even in this hour, to go to your valley to pay pious homage to the waters ye have restored, and cleanse themselves of sin, and see the place where the infernal spirit spouted true hell-flames to the clouds -- an ye listen sharply ye may hear me wink and hear me likewise smile a smile, sith 'twas
I that made selection of those flames from out our stock and sent them by your order.
We've heard considerable about these goings on down in Hookerville, but we don't know who 'twas
that killed Huck Finn.
But if you, being so full of learning, Mas'r Davy, could think of anything to say as might bring her to believe I wasn't greatly hurt: still loving of her, and mourning for her: anything as might bring her to believe as I was not tired of my life, and yet was hoping fur to see her without blame, wheer the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest - anything as would ease her sorrowful mind, and yet not make her think as I could ever marry, or as 'twas
possible that anyone could ever be to me what she was - I should ask of you to say that - with my prayers for her - that was so dear.
As for example; on the question whether 'twas
nobler in the mind to suffer, some roared yes, and some no, and some inclining to both opinions said "toss up for it;" and quite a Debating Society arose.
the very last morning in all his life when he was to lack an enemy
I knew 'twas
a spring draf' goin' home, for there's no rig'mint hereabouts, more's the pity.
All that whoile the wind blew like ould glory, an' the Manila - 'twas
summer, and they'd give her a foretopmast - struck her gait and kept ut.
Good-by, dear niece," his voice called out of the darkness- not the voice Natasha had known previously, but the one that had sung As 'twas
growing dark last night.
Each marnun' 'twas
quinine an' gin for all hands on an empty stomach.
herself that was married.