As shrewd a rascal as garron needed just such a place to settle on.
It was long after midnight when garron paid his score under the tent.
It was then, only, that he got a sup of the whiskey; and Corney gave the garron a hint with his wooden leg, to be going.
Once, when she left him for two days, garron threatened to kill himself.
The people have the old saying still when they want to praise anyone, "May you have the strength of Patrick's garron!"
The night young garron arrived was at the moment of the highest tides.
Without another word she started back to the hut, garron following his mate and his son in silence.
She thought too, of her own life with garron—of all its miserly hardships.
By night none but as clever a poacher as garron could have found his way across the labyrinth of bogs, ditches and pitfalls.
"Perhaps you have not as much gold in the house as the garron can carry," said the saint.