“Howd hard, mester,” said the big smith, flourishing about his hammer.
You give good advice, mester,” said he; “I think I shall follow it.
But theer were one among aw th' rest as nivver passed her by, an' he wur th' mester's son.
She did not say, "mester Colin," but just "dear lad" quite suddenly.
You give good advice, mester,” said he, “I think I shall follow it.
The mester was intimate wi' a' the stories aboot ghosts an' water-kelpies an' sic like, an' we couldna help listenin' to them.
There's mester Burge as owns the timber-yard over there, he underteks a good bit o' building an' repairs.
The tray was keepit against the kitchen wall near the mester, an' he played on't wi' his foot.
"Happen so, mester, in toime," was the simple answer; and then silence fell upon them again.
"Touch me again, an mester Potts shan knoa aw ey'n heer'd," said the little girl, repressing her tears.