The book The Tales of Old Liverpool was written by author John P Eiffe Here you can read free online of The Tales of Old Liverpool book, rate and share your impressions in comments. If you don't know what to write, just answer the question: Why is The Tales of Old Liverpool a good or bad book?
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" Oh, fie! oh, fie! Naughty words, naughty words, " reiterated Poll, looking down compla- cently at him. "You should not call Mr. Harding a scoun- drel, sir, " said C'lara, drawing herself up and looking very pale. "Oh, indeed, " observed he, repressing his ire for the moment, and throwing all the sarcasm he could into his words; " I must be circumspect in the language 1 use towards him, eh . '' I lifted him out of the gutter and made a decent man of him, 1o be sure ; I pitchforked him over the... heads of his fellow clerks to a confidential position, sure enough; I did all I could to make an honoTirable and respectable man of him, more fool I ; but no, he could not altogether forget his 55 origin, and sneaked into the bosom of my family to tilch away my only child's affections. Oh ! I must be very careful what I say about this gentleman. But by heavens!" Here no longer able to contain himself, he struck the table fiercely with his hand, and poured forth a volley of the most uncomplimentary epithets on the devoted head of the unfortunate Mr.