I pathrolled for tin minutes, an' begad, before 'twas over, I blushed.
I've had thirty years of it and, begad, I'd like to go back again.
Your London girls would give many a guinea for a bouquet like that—natural flowers, begad!
So it is; and, begad, I believe you're the only soul to remember it.
Just as much mine as if I jobbed it from Tilbury's, begad, for thirty pound a month.
begad, she gave it to him there,—a regular double-headed shot!
begad, the Twelfth has no better picture of the officer and the gentleman than this importation from the Foot.
I've had thirty years of it, and, begad, I'd like to go back again.
My boy's wife brings the horse, and begad Pen goes in and wins the plate.
Vanished like a witch, begad, while I was turning to ring the bell!