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  • Young ARRIUS's huncle, he tells us, talked similar patter.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, December 26, 1891

  • I'm asheamed to say, that somethink would choke huncle B---; 'and I hope, mam, now you've ad the kindniss to wisit me, a little refreshment won't be out of your way.'

    Burlesques

  • I will say the feller showed his nouce & good breeding in this difficklt momink; for he'd halready silenced huncle Bill, whose mouth was now full of muffinx, am, Blowny sausag, Perrigole pie, and other dellixies.

    Burlesques

  • My huncle was habsent with the cart; but the dor of the humble eboad stood hopen, and I passed through the little garding where the close was hanging out to dry.

    Burlesques

  • Old Grann looked round the room quite estounded by its horiental splender, and huncle Bill (pulling off his phantail, & seluting the company as respeckfly as his wulgar natur would alow) says -- 'Crikey, Jeames, you've got a better birth here than you ad where you were in the plush and powder line.'

    Burlesques

  • And I will say the feller showed his nouce & good breeding in this difficklt momink; for he’d halready silenced huncle Bill, whose mouth was now full of muffinx, am,

    Burlesques

  • ‘Try a few of them plovers hegs, sir,’ I says, whishing, I’m asheamed to say, that somethink would choke huncle B — —; ‘and I hope, mam, now you’ve ad the kindniss to wisit me, a little refreshment won’t be out of your way.’

    Burlesques

  • Old Grann looked round the room quite estounded by its horiental splender, and huncle Bill (pulling off his phantail,

    Burlesques

  • Heverybody knows 'ow' er hold huncle treated 'er! "

    Big Brother

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  • My haunt's husband.

    March 1, 2008