Baker's Humorous Dialogues; Comprising Dialogues for Male Characters, Dialogues for Female Characters

Baker's Humorous Dialogues; Comprising Dialogues for Male Characters, Dialogues for Female Characters

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...give yer something nice. I do like boys. Come, don't be bashful; come right along. (chakley takes a chair, drawn it up, and sits B. of table; Bob and Dick take chairs, and seat themselves L. of table, watching Chabley.) Neow, that's what I call raal cosy. Here, Phil, bring in the crockery. And now what shall I call you? (Tt Chablby.) Charley. Charley. Admit. Charley? Well, that's a good nacae. I had a brother called Charley, once. And what's your name, sonny? (To Dick.) Dick. Dick. Adam. Dick? That's a nice name. I've got a horse that I call Dick. And what's your name, bub? (To Bob.) Bob. Bob. Adam. Bob? Why, that's the name of my donkey. Ain't much bigger than yeou, nuther. Where on airth'i that crockery? Phil! Phil. (Outside.) Can't yez be aisy wid yez howling. (Enter, L., with plates on his arm, and a napkin in his hand.--Aside.) Bedad, there's the three little morthers assimbled about the alther, and there's the high praste a grinning like a faind, that he is. Faith, now, it's considerate to dale gently wid them first, and for that same raisin I've hit the plates hot. Adam. Come, come! don't you see my guests are impatient? Phil. Ah, will, will, I'm a cooming. (Takes a plate with his napkin, and hands it to Dick, who snatches at it, drops it on the floor, and shakes his fingers, with a howl.) Adam. (Jumping up.) You little scamp! Ah--ah--my dear boy, never mind, never mind. It's only a plate. Phil. That's thrue for yez, honey. (Gives a plate in the same manner to Bob, who drops it, with a howl.) Adam. (To Bob.) You careless scamp!--ah--I mean--Phil. My dear b'y, it's only a plate, jtst. (Offers a plate to Charles, who looks up at him uritn a smile, then takes the corner of the table-cloth, receives the plate, and plaas it on the table.)...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123659505X
  • 9781236595058