light, the father of Kish (1 Chr. 8:33). 1 Sam. 14:51 should be read, "Kish, the father of Saul, and Ner, the father of Abner, were the sons of Abiel." And hence this Kish and Ner were brothers, and Saul and Abner were first cousins (comp. 1 Chr. 9:36).
He ner the men hadn't had a bite o' supper yet; they'd just got back from somewheres.
He had also Abner, his uncle's son, for the captain of his host: that uncle's name was ner.
I ain' gwine squatulate wid 'em ner argyfy ner beg no mo', but I gwine whu'l right in an' do sump'n.'
There's no harbors, ner shelter, ner lifeboats, ner naathin'.
Why, dis chile wouldn't stay dar fo' no 'mount o' money, ner fer nobody.
I paid Joe his half-dollar, certainly--you saw me pay him, captain Gar'ner.
It will come when woman ceases to believe and to teach all man- ner of evil of man despitefully.
You've been often in them seas, I some think, captain Gar'ner?
Gar'ner had some such silly notion in his head when I first told him of this treasure; but I soon brought him to hear reason.
You'll soon be travelling south, I'm thinking, Captain Gar'ner?