Only don't'ee let it go for more drink'; and, hark'ee, remember it's no bribery money o' Mr. Trenchard's, its mine.
Of set purpose did Trenchard add this fuel to the blazing fire.
Trenchard, who was standing by the long table, leaned forward now.
He laughed, and Trenchard, vexed though he was, was forced to laugh with him.
Among his pupils was Trenchard, of whose work we have a few examples.
Trenchard shut one eye and owlishly surveyed his companion with the other.
"The prisoners are committed for trial," said he harshly, and Trenchard breathed freely at last.
"You will do well, sir," said the Duke, and was shocked that Trenchard should laugh at such a moment.
Trenchard, whom I had left in the depths of a lethargic depression, was most curiously preoccupied.
Indeed, he found Mr. Trenchard a most pleasant and facetious gentleman.