The blinkard smiled complacently, took the cap in both hands, and began shaking it.
The blinkard put his hand into the cap and took out the booth-keeper's halfpenny; every one drew a long breath.
Now you won't mind listening to the conditions of sale; Mr. blinkard'll read 'em, and they won't wirry you, they're very short.
The Gabbler and the blinkard began joining in in an undertone, and exclaiming: 'Bravely done!
I should think he would sing since he's got a bet on it, you precious innocent, you noodle, blinkard!'
Or was there something of intended satire; is the Professor and Seer not quite the blinkard he affects to be?