When I was a hired-out shepherd in a solitary hut, not seeing no faces but faces of sheep till I half forgot wot men's and women's faces wos like, I see yourn. I drops my knife many a time in that hut when I was a-eating my dinner or my supper, and I says, 'Here's the boy again, a-looking at me whiles I eats and drinks!' I see you there a many times, as plain as ever I see you on them misty marshes.
"They shall be yourn, dear boy, if money can buy 'em.
"Stop that ar jaw o' yourn, there," said Tom, gruffly.
"Last summer, down on Red river, I got a gal traded off on me, with a likely lookin' child enough, and his eyes looked as bright as yourn; but, come to look, I found him stone blind.
Bring them 'ere eyes o' yourn
back into their proper places, or I'll knock 'em out of your head.
"You stick around here every night with that dog of yourn
. It makes trade.
's the same Bible, you're sure o' that, Master Marner-- the Bible as you brought wi' you from that country--it's the same as what they've got at church, and what Eppie's a-learning to read in?"
Stand a litter furder west -- so -- that's it; it's a prime comfort to see faces that's friendly when a body's in such a muck of trouble, and there don't none come here but yourn
. Good friendly faces -- good friendly faces.
"That dog of yourn
won't let me lay a finger on your stuff."
"He's cut off the same piece o' goods as that there cider press and that there character and that there four-seventy-five o' yourn
; nobody ever see any of 'em but you, and you'll never see 'em again!"
Them stubs and receipts on the table is all yourn
. Good day."
And if you've got holsters to that saddle o' yourn
, don't let me see your hand go nigh 'em.