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o 'sthraw fwhor her in the far carner o' the kitchen below, an 'see her gettin' her supper, the crathur, before she'd put her to bed, she'd be thrivin 'like a salmon, sir, in less than no time; and to ardher the sarwints, sir, if you plase, not to be defraudin' the crathur of the big phaties.
And I'll feel it an hannor if you gintlemen will join me in a glass of wine on the carner, across the way -- "
You'd only have to lay down the potato-basket on the flure, or the misthress, Gad bless her, could do it, an 'not lave a crumblin' behind her, besides sleepin, your haner, in the carner beyant, if she'd take the throuble. "