Tulliver was on horseback soon after dinner the next day (he was not dyspeptic) on his way to Basset to see his sister Moss and her husband.
But this morning he was in a mood more becoming a man of business, and in the course of his ride along the Basset lanes, with their deep ruts,--lying so far away from a market-town that the labor of drawing produce and manure was enough to take away the best part of the profits on such poor land as that parish was made of,--he got up a due amount of irritation against Moss as a man without capital, who, if murrain and blight were abroad, was sure to have his share of them, and who, the more you tried to help him out of the mud, would sink the further in.
Moss, who, when he married Miss Tulliver, had been regarded as the buck of Basset, now wore a beard nearly a week old, and had the depressed, unexpectant air of a machine-horse.
And so the respectable miller returned along the Basset lanes rather more puzzled than before as to ways and means, but still with the sense of a danger escaped.
WHEN I sat down to watch the opening episode of Mike Basset
, Manager, I soon found myself changing the channel in disgust.
The inquisitive 11-month-old Basset
hound had eaten the laces after a pack was left out by her owners.
A Libyan secret agent, Abdel Basset
al-Megrahi, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the bombing.
The disc is completed with the lateAdagio in C for wind quartet for cor anglais, basset
clarinet and bassoon on which he is joined by RachelAger,Colin Powell, Alan Pendlebury.
Prosecutors say the bomb, hidden in a brown suitcase, was fed into the luggage system in Malta by former Libyan intelligence agent Abdel Basset
Ali al-Megrahi and transferred to Pan Am Flight 103.
And if he hits the magic figure boss Dave Basset
has promised the pounds 7million striker a CASE of champagne.
The last year has given Seattle Times editorial cartoonist Brian Basset
a pretty good picture of the state of the art.
MY wife and I watched the funeral cortege slowly pass through the applauding, tearful crowds on the streets of Wootton Basset