Her 'ont want no more knockin' on the head, this zide of Yester, to my reckoning.
The above extracts are taken from the Registers published by the ont.
The answer to this speculation was so old,—it had dropped so ont of the line of recurrence,—that it was now almost new again.
Sleet an' rain minglin', an' porridge ice slammin' ont' shore!
I 'ont have a talk made about our turning her out of doors, and such like.
Policeman shakes his head, and says, "It 'ont do no good—she's done for."
Mr Jonathan prayed for her in church last Sunday; if prayers'll save her she 'ont die, no seure.'
Come, let us take a glass o' fine old ale on the strength 'ont!
Bois ont oreilles et champs illets—Woods have ears and fields eyes.
David was ont of his chair and his hand clasped Hardcome's hand.