McDougall, our paymaster, has just married, and he only gives thirty shillings.
"No, no; I'll just go at once," Mrs. McDougall returned, setting down her baskets.
Meanwhile Mr. McDougall was chafing at the strange and humiliating situation in which he found himself.
And so, Connie, gracefully as he could in his confusion, granted McDougall's favour.
"The lasses, the lasses, I agree with ye," interrupted McDougall without ceremony.
February 3d, Mr. McDougall moved to take them up for consideration.
It was generally conceded, with a laugh, that Governor McDougall's private opinion differed from his sense of public duty.
McDougall, ex-governor, duel with a San Francisco editor, 193.
Mrs. McDougall packed up her baskets one in the other, and stowed them away in the cart.
"I'd na gae ye a pinch of snuff for it," said McDougall, with conviction.
McDougall Mc·Dou·gall (mək-dōō'gəl), William. 1871-1938.
British-born American psychologist who theorized that human behavior is determined by both instinctive and intentional strivings.