It was the only decent bit of time I ever had when I was a kid, with our landlady's two girls, you know.
The landlady replied that she very rarely came to her establishment.
Sadie, having "sauced" her landlady, found it wise to change her quarters.
But the landlady only listened with half an ear, having troubles like himself.
Towards the close of 1764 his rent was so long in arrear that his landlady one morning called in the help of a sheriff's officer.
His landlady was going to bring her grandchild to be photographed.
Good waiting upon; civil landlord and landlady; and, in short, everything at this very pretty town pleased me exceedingly.
While I was anxiously considering the case, the landlady called me to supper.
After Mr. Gryce left the hotel, I took a cup of tea with the landlady and then made a round of the stores.
"There is three pound five due for her board," added the landlady.