It was worth something, in those days, to hear Cole the clogger make sport of Dooina Benn.
Cole the clogger would have given stock and goodwill to have been there.
Cole the clogger entered, and he stood for a moment wondering at the laughter that greeted him.
Ay—ay—hes mine, the clogger replied timorously; the exciseman had never before entered his shop.
Cope was now shunned by many, and the clogger contrived to dodge out of his sight whenever he passed.
Copes own house was guarded back and front, and soldiers smoked their pipes in the shop of Cole the clogger.
A facetious soul, Cole the clogger was, and apparently a well-beloved by his neighbours.
Doran a commercial traveller, Moran an ex-policeman, Beswick a tailor, Bernie a clogger.