The dogman discharged this duty well, being as faithful as the dogs he kept, and as keen a judge of human nature.
"I need a drink," said the dogman, dejected at the reminder of his old dog of the sea.
At a corner nearest to his apartment house the dogman turned down a side street, hoping for fewer witnesses to his ignominy.
"I'd never dare to," said the dogman, awed at the bold proposition.
But, for all that, the dogman loved the lady, at a faithful distance.
While Mrs. Carnaby spoke so kindly, the dogman took his fingers off their numeral scale, and looked at her.
However, he would rather die than plead his time of life in bar, and his faith in the dogman was unlimited.
The dogman could not go without any answer; and how was any good answer to be given in half an hour, at the utmost?
At the foot of Twenty-third Street the dogman led the way through swinging doors.
The third mountain was occupied by a certain dogman, with a small following who were for the most part inclined to Mahdiism.