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  • Tell him, when he theeth our horthe begin to danthe, not to be afraid of being thpilt, but to look out for a pony – gig coming up.

    Hard Times

  • But if, when you're grown up and married and well off, you come upon any horthe-riding ever, don't be hard upon it, don't be croth with it, give it a Bethpeak if you can, and think you might do worth.

    Ten Girls from Dickens

  • "I wonder if that horthe would jump if I fired a thnowball?"

    Dorothy Dainty's Gay Times

  • "I gueth you'd like to kick the horthe too," observed Tommy.

    The Meadow-Brook Girls Under Canvas

  • And if my horthe ever thtirth from that thpot where he beginth a danthing, till the morning-I don't know him?

    Hard Times

  • It'll be a dark night; I've got a horthe that'll do anything but thpeak; I've got a pony that'll go fifteen mile an hour with Childerth driving of him; I've got a dog that'll keep a man to one plathe four-and-twenty hourth.

    Hard Times

  • Likewithe if you wath to thtand a collar for the dog, or a thet of bellth for the horthe, I thould be very glad to take 'em.

    Hard Times

  • If you wath to thee our Children in the Wood, with their father and mother both a dyin 'on a horthe-their uncle a retheiving of 'em ath hith wardth, upon a horthe-themthelvth both a goin' a black-berryin 'on a horthe-and the Robinth a coming in to cover 'em with leavth, upon a horthe-you'd thay it wath the completetht thing ath ever you thet your eyeth on!

    Hard Times

  • But what I thay, Thquire, ith, that good tempered or bad tempered, I never did a horthe a injury yet, no more than thwearing at him went, and that I don't expect I thall begin otherwithe at my time of life, with a rider.

    Hard Times

  • Tell him, when he theeth our horthe begin to danthe, not to be afraid of being thpilt, but to look out for a pony-gig coming up.

    Hard Times

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