"I fancied we should know something to-day," continued Coggan.
"I'll see, sir," said Mrs. Coggan, and in a minute appeared in the room.
On the way home he heard a heavy tread in front of him, and, overtaking the man, found him to be Coggan.
Coggan, you call yourself a man, and don't know better than this.
Coggan, suppose we keep this night's work as quiet as we can?
"I reckon that's the size o't," said Coggan, working along without looking up.
Coggan called Gabriel, who now again lodged in his house as at first, and together they went to the paddock.
Coggan twirled his eye, edged forward, and caught the money in its ricochet upon the road.
"Joseph, I seed you squeezing close to the carriage," said Coggan, as they walked.
This scheme was considered feasible; and Coggan advanced boldly, and rapped at Mrs. Tall's door.