24 Dogs From The Victorian Era Who'll Make You Say "Oy Mista!"


“I’ll give ye a tuppence for the pats, little girl!”

“Hold me puggy rump close to ye bossom, madam!”

"Hold me puggy rump close to ye bossom, madam!"

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“Oy Mista! Ya poppin’ bottles at me arse?!”

"Oy Mista! Ya poppin' bottles at me arse?!"

William Henry Hamilton Trood / Via fineartamerica.com

“Awaken, maiden!!! Has the plague claimed ye as well?!”

"Awaken, maiden!!! Has the plague claimed ye as well?!"

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“What’s the scuttlebutt, me chaps?”

"What's the scuttlebutt, me chaps?"

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“I’ll give ye a tuppence for the pats, little girl!”

"I'll give ye a tuppence for the pats, little girl!"

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*Quotes Charles Dickens*

*Quotes Charles Dickens*

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“Alas, I cannot read, maiden! Why have thou embarrassed me so?!”

"Alas, I cannot read, maiden! Why have thou embarrassed me so?!"

Briton Riviere / Via art.com

“What art thou gazing upon, me lady?”

"What art thou gazing upon, me lady?"

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“When will me mastah return from war?”

"When will me mastah return from war?"

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“Whatta loverly dress, me lady! Mind if I drag me arse on it?”

"Whatta loverly dress, me lady! Mind if I drag me arse on it?"

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“This suppa is absolutely delightful! Splendid, splendid indeed!”

"This suppa is absolutely delightful! Splendid, splendid indeed!"

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*Barks out the tune of “Consider Yourself” from Oliver!*

*Barks out the tune of "Consider Yourself" from Oliver!*

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“Hear ye, hear ye! Pass me the brisket!”

"Hear ye, hear ye! Pass me the brisket!"

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“Young maiden, why dost you give me snoot a rub?”

"Young maiden, why dost you give me snoot a rub?"

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“Give us a wee taste, I say!”

"Give us a wee taste, I say!"

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“Keep quiet in the thicket! The men ride on horseback at nightfall.”

"Keep quiet in the thicket! The men ride on horseback at nightfall."

Charles Burton Barber / Via fiveminutehistory.com

“BESTOW UPON ME THINE JUICY GRAPE!!!”

"BESTOW UPON ME THINE JUICY GRAPE!!!"

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“Got me an umbrella, I do!”

"Got me an umbrella, I do!"

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“‘Tis quite a delectable crumpet, I reckon…”

"'Tis quite a delectable crumpet, I reckon..."

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“I am but a wee pouch pupper!”

"I am but a wee pouch pupper!"

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“Ah yes, I shall sing to the atrocious melodies of thee! Hark!”

"Ah yes, I shall sing to the atrocious melodies of thee! Hark!"

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“Should I sits on ye, I shall crush ye.”

"Should I sits on ye, I shall crush ye."

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“I dost nom on ye musket!”

"I dost nom on ye musket!"

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“Pet me, wench.”

"Pet me, wench."

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