Vagabond, errand-boy, vagabond, labourer, porter, clerk, chief manager, small partner, Josiah Bounderby of Coketown.
The West Indian labourer quickly began to earn a better report.
The labourer, Donald, and Neal stood together near the door.
But what labourer, let us ask, with a full conception of the circumstances, would blame him?
Every tenant and every labourer about the place was there; as also were many of the people from Carmarthen.
He was dressed as a labourer, and his rough hands showed that he was accustomed to hard work.
"I should think so," said the labourer, opening his eyes wide.
If a labourer can go and produce any kind of wealth, and exchange it for food and necessaries, of course he may do so.
Frank thought about his labourer's story during the whole of the afternoon.
labourer saddling melancholy grey, elaborately stained on both quarters.