lor', as if anything bad 'ud ever come to you two while silly old Debby have a leg to stan' on an' arms to wash.
lor' bless you, Mr. Pash, so long as the will's tight and fair what do it matter?
lor', missus, I doant keer what massa say; but I doant leff no oder man run on so ter me!
Why, lor' bless you, sir, it's not so bad but we can make shift.'
lor's, yes; and to think the poor young dear is dead and gone!
lor's, sir, I never troubles her, being as she's like a visitor.
"lor, miss; then here we are," she sighed breathlessly, then returned to the cabman to pay him his fare.
lor' bless me, child, what are you doing out so late, and in this crowd too?
To which both sisters replied with their favourite exclamation, "lor'!"
Missis says she'll try and 'deem ye, in a year or two; but lor!