"'Tisn' so bad as all that," says Jim, as soothing as he could; but he thought it best to tell nothing about the rumpus.
Father he says the other one's no good an' that this isn' likely to be any better!
Everybody knows as 'tisn' worth seein', an' yet everybody wants to see it.
No, sir; 'tisn' the rule, an' us can't begin to cheapen the fee wi' a man o' your inches.
"'Tisn' bad—very nice," remarked Tony, bending before the picture, examining it in all lights.
"But 'tisn' the French we'm expectin'," urged Oke, whose mind moved slowly.