"I know I'm old, but I'm crazy about you," stated Mr. Moneybags.
Left alone with Mr. Moneybags he says to him: 'Five hundred roubles, if you please!'
"Okay, Mr. Moneybags," said the young official as the captain left.
Mr. Moneybags in the front pew has got a strangle hold on the parson.
The ease with which adventurers and bogus schemers get their claws into English moneybags, is something astounding.
Crabtree scowls; Moneybags pooh-poohs; but Nature is too strong for them, and the children play on.
And they used another argument, one which experience told them would prove convincing: they jingled their moneybags.
Christian pocketed the moneybags, promised the greatest carefulness, and set out on his way.
They are accessible only in their moneybags, and rather than risk a riot they would vote for the destruction of Moloch's temple.
A handful of faithful attendants, and a fugitive old man, clutching in his flight at his papers and his moneybags.