Now, in ordinary circumstances, to fall twelve feet into the ocean with all his clothes on would have incommoded George little.
The pleasantest functions must come to an end sooner or later; and in due season George felt his heels grate on the sand.
And Harris, instead of merely observing, in his most unpleasant tones, that a fellow could hardly help treading on some bit of George's foot, if he had to move about at all within ten yards of where George was sitting, suggesting that George never ought to come into an ordinary sized boat with feet that length, and advising him to hang them over the side, as he would have done before supper, now said: "Oh, I'm so sorry, old chap; I hope I haven't hurt you.
And George said: "Not at all;" that it was his fault; and Harris said no, it was his.
Will is going to build a shed to store berry crates here," said George and they sat down upon the boards.
When George Willard got back into Main Street it was past ten o'clock and had begun to rain.
George, and--yes--it partly helps the circulation," he replies.
George, folding his arms upon his chest and seeming to become two sizes larger.
Never mind my lonely life here, if I can only see George
happy and well again
It is impossible to be long angry with you, George," said the good- natured Captain; "and as for the money, old boy, you know if I wanted it you'd share your last shilling with me.
That I would, by Jove, Dobbin," George said, with the greatest generosity, though by the way he never had any money to spare.
I can only repeat, sir, I am sorry to have offended you," said George.
She's not one of my round dozen of nice girls -- aha, Master George, I see that in your face already
But he was infinitely tolerant of the young, and had no desire to snub George
Harris a week or two after George
had been taken away, when, as he hoped, the heat of the occasion had passed away, and tried every possible inducement to lead him to restore him to his former employment.