He knew how superstitious was every Jerseyman, from highest to lowest, and he would work upon that weakness now.
Let us go back to the cabin and there wait until the Jerseyman comes.
But the true Jerseyman is not thinking alone of the age of Monmouth when he uses the word "Old."
The Jerseyman although victor, had not come out of the fight unharmed.
I had this old sailor with me for one watch, and an old North-western man and a Jerseyman for another.
The Wizard named the prince and finished the Jerseyman in the same breath.
"Then it's high time to begin," said the hard-headed Jerseyman.
He knew the man took him for a greenhorn, but then the man himself was a Jerseyman.
"I don't know," replied the Jerseyman, unwilling to commit himself.
"Aye, is there," answered the Jerseyman, out of the fullness of his heart.