Ye'r wouldn't hear me the las' time but yer got ter hear me now.
Will ye be willin' ter tyke the service at the cimitery, sir?
Turn to the left when ye get ter the bottom, Father—mind ye turn ter the left.
Ter'ble ould-fashioned, these chains—must be moving with the times, you know.
A spoonful of cold pinjane, Nancy—it's ter'ble good to soften the neck.
Ter'ble clavar, too, but that green for all, the ould cow might have ate him.
Bowls and beer, and cards and betting—it's ter'ble, ma'm, ter'ble.
All de work I am able ter do now is a little work in de garden.
Anyhow he said so an' axed me ter marry him an' he squeezed my han'.
She sez dat she'll have ter have a talk wid me an' let him know.