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“You may have read in books how it was at Kilgobbin Castle King James came to stop after the Boyne; that he held a "coort" there in the big drawing-room -- they call it the”
“Come along wid ye, and git yer desarts -- call a coort, boys, an 'sot up Judge Lynch. ”
“V. "An 'I was thinking Hinnissy" (Mr. Dooley said in conclusion), "as I set in that there coort, surrounded be me fellow-journalists, spies, perjurers, an 'other statesmen, that I'd give four dollars if th' prisident iv th 'coort' d call out, 'Moosoo Dooley, take th' stand. ”
“No matther whether th 'constitution follows th' flag or not, th 'supreme coort follows th' iliction returns.”
“And as for the Dwkys coort, as of lords & ladys & gentylwomen knyts, sqwyers & gentylmen I hert never of non lyek to it save King Artourys cort.”
“The whiskey was sarved out in tubs and buckets, for they'd scorn to drink ale or porter; and as for the ating, there was laygions of fat bacon and cabbage for the sarvants, and a throop of legs of mutton for the king and his coort.”
“There's a kin 'lady in coort," stammered Wishart, "an 'she kens a' aboot it.”
“You wasna in that wey o 'thinkin' when Dossie Millar, the skulemester, used to come an 'coort you, when you was up-by at the Provost's," said”
“Well, there was great rejoicin 'in the coort that the dhraggin was killed, and says the king to the little Waiver, says he.”
“Tis here we hould coort," Slavin informed him, "whin we have any shtiffs tu be thried.”
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