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Jack,' said the Doctor, standing up; on which we all stood up.
Jack Maldon; after which he hastily took leave of the ladies who were there, and hurried to the door, where he was received, as he got into the chaise, with a tremendous broadside of cheers discharged by our boys, who had assembled on the lawn for the purpose.
This evening he was particularly careful not to neglect his duty, for he had just come from a conference with the boy's father and mother in which it had been impressed upon him that he must exercise the greatest care to prevent Jack visiting the music hall where Ajax was being shown.
Kneeling upon him, Jack tore strips from a sheet and bound the man's hands behind his back.
Disko Troop, Tom Platt, Long Jack, and Salters went forward on the word.
Long Jack roared down the hatch, and the "second ha'af" scrambled up at once.
But Jack Pumpkinhead grew a lot of things in his garden besides pumpkins, so he cooked for them a fine vegetable soup and gave Dorothy, Ojo and Toto, the only ones who found it necessary to eat, a pumpkin pie and some green cheese.
But the thing that's bothering us most, Jack, is to find the well.
Each day he spent from an hour to two hours in the cage, watching the rehearsing, with nothing for him and Jack to do save stand vigilantly on guard.
For a dog only three years old, Jack was very sedate.
I think you are brighter than you used to be, Jack," said the Tin Woodman.
I thought you had so exactly found your niche in life, Jack,' Edwin Drood returns, astonished, bending forward in his chair to lay a sympathetic hand on Jasper's knee, and looking at him with an anxious face.
My dear Jack, I only ask you, am I likely to forget what you have said with so much feeling?
Not to be endured,' replied Jack Hopkins; 'let's have the other verse, Bob.
No, no, Jack, don't,' interposed Bob Sawyer; 'it's a capital song, but I am afraid we had better not have the other verse.