-- dat's Miss Watson -- she pecks on me all de time, en treats me pooty rough, but she awluz said she wouldn' sell me down to Orleans.
, de house of plum' jam full o' people, en dey's jes a-spi'lin' to see de gen'lemen
I see it upon your lips, governor, to ask after my missus
, and I thank you for your condescending interest.
No; but the missus
is," said Beaufort, nodding carelessly to the young man.
Well, good-bye, sir," said 'Erb, "and I 'ope we shall 'ave as nice a doctor next time the missus
A BYSTANDER [on the lady's right] He won't get no cab not until half-past eleven, missus
, when they come back after dropping their theatre fares.
Besides, deep down in their hearts there was a strange and peculiar attachment to "old Marster" and "old Missus
," and to their children, which they found it hard to think of breaking off.
I warn you if bark again I shall go straight for master and missus
and bring them home from the party, and then, oh, won't master whip you, just.
Yes, sir, every evening; she's my eldest, and three nods from her means that the missus
is a little better.
E and the missus
would be like two babes left out in a bundle.
Tell us quick--what did the Missus
say to the Maid?
Only the captain and his missus
are sleeping on board.