It was for Miss Gilder, not for Bedr, to beg pardon of her friends if they were frightened.
Beg pardon, sir, but one does better with a bit of raw beef.
Beg pardon for coming in; you're engaged with a lady, I see.
“Beg pardon for the omission, Mr. Bolton,” he added, and he smiled boyishly.
Beg pardon, sir,” said the landlord, “but the gentleman says his business is most pressing.
Beg pardon, sir; but you are the gentleman from the barrack, sir?
"I beg pardon," said Dunn, in a voice tremulous with emotion.
"I beg pardon," said M'Caskey, approaching and touching his hat in salute.
But it was a man's voice, fresh and strong, which exclaimed: "Oh, I beg pardon!"
I beg pardon; I was about to add,—and produce the record of his conviction.