1 And now, sir, to reward you for the accurate guess, I will promise to paint you a careful and faithful duplicate of this picture.
2 I would remind you of your lady's existence, sir, which the law recognizes, if you do not.
3 "And old Madam Reed, or the Misses, her daughters, will be solicited by you to seek a place, I suppose?" "No, sir; I am not on such terms with my relatives as would justify me in asking favours of them--but I shall advertise."
4 "Only take off the red cloak, sir, and then - " "But the string is in a knot - help me."
5 "Well, I should like to be a LITTLE larger, sir, if you wouldn't mind," said Alice: "three inches is such a wretched height to be."
6 "Excuse me, sir," said the man in glib English.
7 "O noble sir, give alms to the poor," cried Aladdin, playing the mendicant.
8 "Now, sir, what did you want to treat that poor dumb beast so, for?" "I done it out of pity for him -- because he hadn't any aunt."
9 "Is it because you have the prospect of a journey before you, Jane? Is it the thoughts of going to London that takes away your appetite?" "I cannot see my prospects clearly to-night, sir; and I hardly know what thoughts I have in my head."
10 "Your language is enigmatical, sir: but though I am bewildered, I am certainly not afraid."
11 I thought of the life that lay before me -- _your_ life, sir -- an existence more expansive and stirring than my own: as much more so as the depths of the sea to which the brook runs are than the shallows of its own strait channel.
12 She began, in a low, timid voice, 'If you please, sir -.'
13 Ok, my questions are over, stand down, sir.
14 I don't quite follow you, sir.