The most difficult part of the business had been old Ketch; but that was managed.
Once more we must pay a visit to Mr. Ketch in his lodge, at his supper hour.
This was one of them, and Ketch anticipated a glorious treat.
Hold your tongue, old Ketch, or I'll call Mr. Harper down to you.
The other masters lived at a distance, and Ketch's old legs were aching.
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