I'm glad, after all, that she didn't come to meet me; because now I've got HER still coming, and I've got you besides."
But I'm glad now we didn't have any of those nice things, 'cause I shall like Aunt Polly's all the better--not being used to 'em, you see.
going in for painting I must do it thoroughly, and it's only in Paris that you can get the real thing."
good f'ler, girls, an' if an'body treats me right I--here," called he through an open door to a waiter, "bring girls drinks, damn it.
"Well, Polly, Toto's just a dog; but he has more sense than Button-Bright, to tell the truth; and I'm
very fond of him."
"Of one thing," she confessed, "but I'm
not going to tell what it is."
"Well, that's a good one!" said Shtcherbatsky, laughing; "why, I'm
only just getting ready to begin."
equal to a good deal o' work at present, thank God; but I'm
getting older,--there's no denying that.
glad you were born in Bolingbroke anyway.
"Well now, I'm
afraid I can't," said Matthew, who was getting a little dizzy.
`Not QUITE right, I'm
afraid,' said Alice, timidly; `some of the words have got altered.'
sorry I frightened you out of your favorite stamping ground," he said rather aimlessly.