No, not that I knows on; but could 'e make room 'ere for a couple o' lodgers—little 'Uns, mind you—children, on'y 'bout so high?
The tale generally told was, "You 'Uns has stolen all we 'Uns had."
"Not to speak of what would happen to us if old Broome should get his hand on we 'Uns," remarked the engineer casually.
We 'Uns give you 'Uns a right smart lickin' up in them woods.
I'll see him soon, depend on't, and make acquaintance with his young 'Uns, and all that.
I like her—she's a lady; but these thoroughbred 'Uns—it's their skin and their mouths.
Do you expect, little po'k-eater, we Uns should 'a' let you do such a wicked deed as that?
Grantly hasn't any time to waste on young 'Uns like Miss Pat.
As Henry said, there was a "whole raft of young 'Uns" younger than he was.
If one of these big 'Uns gets us broadside on, our number's up!