The loving relations between me and Mas' Tommy were broken up.
Give my love to Mas'r, and dear good Missis, and everybody in the place!
Mas'r and Tom pelted the poor drowning creature with stones.
I'd rather go to torment, and get away from Mas'r and Missis.
Just then a negro boy entered, and announced that Mas'r's room was ready.
"Good-by, Mas'r George," said Tom, looking fondly and admiringly at him.
Mas'r Haley 's a-restin' at the tavern; he's drefful fatigued, Missis.
I'll stay with Mas'r as long as he wants me,—so as I can be any use.
We buy tickets of her Mas'r, and she gives us bread for 'em.
Mas' Fowington had, indeed, two very good reasons for his credulity.