Tull


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Tull

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(Biography) Jethro (ˈdʒɛθrəʊ). 1674–1741, English agriculturalist, who invented the seed drill
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Twice afore I mentioned thot door tull the owners," said Captain MacElrath.
He was on the brudge wuth me, an' I told hum tull take a look tull the wedges o' number one hatch.
The sea must a-caught hum on the upper brudge deck, carried hum clean across the fiddley, an' banged hum head-on tull the pipe cover.
Oh, ut wasna onythun' tull greet about," Captain MacElrath assured him.
An' the owners paid a fine tull the Government of a hundred pounds each for them.
But thot's their way--'we regret tull note,' 'we beg tull advise,'
We regret tull note your long passage from Voloparaiso tull Sydney wuth an average daily run o' only one hundred an' suxty-seven.
An' me on a wunter passage, blowin' a luvin' gale half the time, wuth hurricane force in atweenwhiles, an' hove to sux days, wuth engines stopped an' bunker coal runnun' short, an' me wuth a mate thot stupid he could no pass a shup's light ot night wi'out callun' me tull the brudge.
An' when I come un tull Auckland short o' coal, after lettun' her druft sux days wuth the fires out tull save the coal, an' wuth only twenty tons in my bunkers, I was thunkun' o' the lossin' o' time an' the expense, an' tull save the owners I took her un an' out wi'out pilotage.
A shup o' ours was un tull Auckland recently an' uncurred no such charge.
But dud they say a word tull me for the fufteen pounds I saved tull them?
Please explain thus onusual expunditure,' an' tull Captun Robinson, 'We beg tull advise you thot we conseeder thus pilotage an onnecessary expense.