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“We was goin 'to the' Wayfarer's Inn, 'a boardin' house where he'd put up once when he was mate of the Emma Snow.”
“I'm Jagger o 'Wayfarer's Tickle," said he, "an 'I'm come t' take over this trade.”
“They says the devil was abroad the night of his bornin '; but I'm thinkin' that Jagger o 'Wayfarer's Tickle had more t' do with the life he lived than ever the devil could manage.”
“I boasted, flattered by the inference, "'twill not be many years afore we does more trade in our harbour than they does at the big stores o 'Wayfarer's Tickle.”
“Ay -- t 'Wayfarer's Tickle, when we load your skiff.”
“Tell un he wants t 'drown the doctor atween your harbour an' Wayfarer's Tickle.”
“Now write 'To fifty copies of "Wayfarer," at sixty-seven cents,”
“Wayfarer' begins with sad melancholy guitar and violin, the very quiet vocals accompany the sounds with heartfelt emotion.”
“if the little cock wouldn't cut into the trade o 'Wayfarer's Tickle!”
“So we set sail for the 'Wayfarer's,' and of all the times gittin 'to a place -- don't talk!”
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selected vessel names from my fleet of dirigible men-of-war—each abrim with mitrailleuse, canon abusier and divers opticks
(see steampunk to understand how weird I am getting)
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