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'At th' wind maks to tremel an creak; but tha still fills thi place;
Aw've monny a time thowt when aw've seen him thrang 'at his trade wor just a reight schooil for a chap to gaa to, to leearn to have contempt for wod-be gurt fowk, for aw've seen chaps come in lukkin as fierce as a pot-lion, an ommost makkin yo tremel wi' th 'way they sed' gooid mornin, 'but as sooin as they've getten set daan, an' a gurt print table-cloth tucked under ther chin, an 'lathered up to ther een, they've sat as quiet an' luk'd as sheepish as a chap 'at's just been to see his sweetheart get wed.
[(Harcou) -11 (rt ende) -7 (avour to conc) -7 (eal it from he) -7 (r husband\227she) -10 (was ex) -11 (tremel) -23 (y) 19 (sorry) 9 () -10 (to he) -7 (ar)] TJ
[(This intellig) 9.3 (ence) -10 (ex) -10.7 (tremel) -12.7 (y) 19.3 () -10 (afflicted Mrs. A) -8.7 (s) -1.7 (hbourn, as sh) -10.7 (e knew it would deepl) -12.7 (y)] TJ
[(Ashbourn then observin) -10.5 (g) 9.5 (that she) -10 (was ex) -10.5 (tremel) -22.5 (y) 19.5 (lan) -10.5 (g) 9.5 (uid, desired Sir William to take his)] TJ