��Well, Sophy, it��s a mercy she��s gone,
then, whoever she may be,�� said Mrs. Glegg, with the promptitude and
emphasis of a mind naturally clear and decided; ��but I
can��t think who you��re talking of, for my
��Hoigh! Yap �� hoigh!
there he is,�� said Tom, clapping his hands, as the little black
snout made its arrowy course to the opposite bank. ��Seize him, lad!
��But, I say,
Bob,�� said Tom, in a tone of deliberation, ��ferrets are
nasty biting things �� they��ll bite a fellow without
being set on.��
��I should think it is
bad,�� said Mrs. Glegg. ��Things are come to a fine pass
when one sister invites the other to her house o�� purpose to quarrel
with her and abuse her.��
��Well, if I may be
allowed to speak, and it��s seldom as I am,�� said Mrs.
Glegg, with a tone of bitter meaning, ��I should like to know what good
is to come to the boy by bringin�� him up above his
��You, say you��ll give me
the halfpenny now,�� he said, with difficulty, while he exerted himself
to keep the command of Bob��s arms.
interjection, the knife descended on the puff, and it was in two, but the result was
not satisfactory to Tom, for he still eyed the halves doubtfully. At last he said
She was fond of fancying a world where the people never got any
larger than children of their own age, and she made the queen of it just like Lucy,
with a little crown on her head, and a little sceptre in her hand ��
only the queen was Maggie herself in Lucy��s form.
The shoe's legendary rubber air-cushioned sole was first invented to protect a
ski-related foot injury sustained in 1945 by Munich-based Dr Maertens. The company
initially used salvaged rubber from old World War II airfields in Germany. Bill
Griggs, a shoemaker from Northampton, bought the rights to the brand from the
German duo. After anglicizing the name to Martens, the first eight eyelet boot came
into UK production in 1960.