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- n. Plural form of Fergus.
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And I staid there lying on a sofa mostly, till the Sunday afternoon, when the Ferguses 'carriage came for me.
Ferguses; but somehow or other they are radically uncomfortable people for us to be mixed up with, in spite of their 'good intentions.'
/Say all that is kind and grateful from me to the good Ferguses.
It is very stupid of the Ferguses - a fact almost as absurd as speaking to Elizabeth of sending us potatoes last year, and never sending them.
Vivid at this hour are all these movements to me; but not worth noting: only the Kirkcaldy part, with the good Ferguses, and, after twenty years of absence, was
One might have smiled at the idea of the vendetta-following Ferguses praying for "justification by