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"Well, we'll say nothing about that," the tranter answered; "for I don't believe 'twill make a penneth o 'difference to we poor martels here or hereafter whether his sermons be good or bad, my sonnies."
Then there are the hammers (martels) of Martell, the oak of Oksted, the three pike (lucies) of Lucy, and the horseshoes (fers) borne by Montgomery as the tenant of Ferrers.
“Well, we’ll say nothing about that,” the tranter answered; “for I don’t believe ’twill make a penneth o’ difference to we poor martels here or hereafter whether his sermons be good or bad, my sonnies.”