Is ninety-seven and three months, signor; a great age, truly, responded the barber-surgeon.
But enough for the present of the barber-surgeon and his pole.
She said we were not descended from the barber-surgeon, and laughed at the Battle of Bosworth.
"At your service," replied the barber-surgeon, bowing profoundly.
In this capacity he is the counterpart of the barber-surgeon of mediaeval Europe.
At ten years a fatherless Boy poorly educated, he is apprenticed to a barber-surgeon.
The son of a tailor, he obtained his first medical knowledge in the shop of a barber-surgeon.
His father was a barber-surgeon, who disapproved of music, and wished George Frederick to become a lawyer.
In the 1540s, Ambroise Pare from France, a barber-surgeon who was the son of a servant, was an army surgeon.
In those days a barber-surgeon employed himself in pulling teeth, bleeding and cupping.