“Oh, Oliver,” said the drayman, and a fine burst of intelligence p. 197lighted up his broad English countenance.
It is generally I who play the drayman, because of the strength of my vocal organs.
Being skeptical about this, he asked a drayman who was passing how far it was to the Plaza.
Well, M. Passajon, how long is it since the affair of the drayman?
A drayman who had hauled the goods and chattels of the woman he was tracing had given Gard the Germantown address.
I am generally selected for the drayman's part, because of my voice.
The drayman produced his bottle, along with his tin pannikin.
Bat was not there, but the drayman was, and also the digger.
Old Bill Dorgan, the drayman, has stood on the platform every day since the line was built, rain or shine.
"He's mine," broke in a voice, as a drayman pushed his way through the crowd.