But, as I was used to sit beside Joe whenever I entered that place of resort, I said "No, thank you, sir," and fell into the space Joe made for me on the opposite settle
Let it be, and hasten to do me battle, as you must by the custom, for I am eager to handle the Groan-Maker and to sit in your seat and settle
this matter of the cattle of Masilo the Pig.
Miss Crawford was not entirely free from similar apprehensions, though they arose principally from doubts of her sister's style of living and tone of society; and it was not till after she had tried in vain to persuade her brother to settle
with her at his own country house, that she could resolve to hazard herself among her other relations.
If you lived in an unfinished house, you couldn't settle
down in it; if you were condemned to leave everything you undertook unfinished, you would find it hard to apply yourself to anything; and yet that's my unhappy case.
And once again I ask you to go outside and settle
it, with any weapons you choose.
The little matter of the caricature we will settle
on a future occasion.
You were his wife, my dear, so you ought to know--Oh, Kitty, DO help to settle
Allworthy hath never yet been prevailed upon to see Blifil, but he hath yielded to the importunity of Jones, backed by Sophia, to settle
L200 a-year upon him; to which Jones hath privately added a third.
I guess our race has been on the tramp since the beginning of creation, just like we'll be, looking for a piece of land that looked good to settle
And now, young man; you, who have so often come into my clearing, under the pretence of lining the bee into his hole," resumed Ishmael, after a momentary pause, as if to recover the equilibrium of his mind, "with you there is a heavier account to settle
and I resolved not to think of going abroad any more, but to settle
at home according to my father's desire.
The case was plain; he was bred a gentleman, and by consequence was not only unacquainted, but indolent, and when we did settle
, would much rather go out into the woods with his gun, which they call there hunting, and which is the ordinary work of the Indians, and which they do as servants; I say, he would rather do that than attend the natural business of his plantation.