When she saw Mrs. boothroyd she gave a cry of delight, rushed to her and flung her arms round her neck and kissed her.
Dr. boothroyd renders one of the foregoing passages, "the large, fat tail entire, taken clear to the rump."
The boothroyd family only knew of Matildas disaster and nothing of her subsequent history.
Dr. boothroyd, a Congregationalist minister of England, published another translation.
Mrs. boothroyd seized Old Mole by the hand and shook it warmly, while she giggled with excitement.
Matilda wrote to her sister, Mrs. boothroyd, whose husband was employed at the municipal gasworks, and sent her a pass.