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There were plenty of "ffether boulsters," "shafe boulsters," "wool bolsters;" and John Walker had in 1659 a "Thurlinge Boulster," and each household had many pillows.
"You called me a scoundrel, sirra, and you have called me a villain, sirra, now I tell you to your teeth, you're a liar -- I am neither villain nor scoundrel; but you're both; and if I hear another word of insolence out of your foul and lying mouth, I'll thrash you as I would a shafe of whate or oats."
He then went over to Bat, and got a large shafe of bank-notes from him, an 'motioned him to be off wid himself, an' that he'd see him to-morrow.
I never wear any thing that comes up high like these do because my ankles swell and my legs shafe from pressure of high boots normaly.
Haf to shafe teh furrz offa his headz… c if teh debbil’s mrk is tere.