He ignored, too, his chairman of the Federal Reserve, marriner Eccles, a small, peppery Mormon banker from Utah.
marriner was keeping a tavern in New York City before the war.
But Saurin did not want companionship; he preferred that of marriner and Company.
Mr. marriner's "poetry" is rather homely verse based upon the everyday things and thoughts and experiences of everyday people.
But marriner did not think this advisable when Saurin put the matter to him.
The man soon overpowered him; but marriner came to the rescue.
I am a marriner, and am now come from the sea, where I had the fortune to light upon these few trifles.
"Mrs. marriner has, I should say, a hundred customers," remarked Hawthwaite.
The black ball came tumbling down with a thump on the ground, and marriner, pouncing upon it, put it in his sack.
The place appointed for Saurin to meet marriner was a wood-stack reached by a path across the fields, two miles from Weston.