In the Triumph of Cupid, many years later, we shall still find the dustman.
Beauchamp glanced at his note-book for the name of this man, who was a ragman and dustman.
Bocking, less fortunate than its neighbour, has no dustman apparently, and is left with the tin on its hands.
Note, that the dustman's face should be droll, and not horrible.
And I pointed to a dustman's cart that had just hove into view.
I would therefore take out the dustman, and put the Wegg and Boffin composition (which is capital) in its place.
But the dustman may be said, 'par excellence,' to bear—the bell!
"You have knocked off early," observed the Missionary, looking with kindness into the face of the dustman.
A hat similar to that of a dustman or coalheaver, which is called a fantail.
But certainly in some shape or other, a strolling gentleman-beggar; probably, like the dustman's dog, he answers to any name.