You have commenced at the hardest part of a packman's life—his journey in England.
The packman let me have the cloth for the stockings I have knitted, look you.'
When he remembered he had been a packman in England it was exceedingly fine.
They employed Mr Vaughan as a packman, to transport their goods.
But the half-crown weekly payments have a habit of lengthening themselves out till the packman has made fifty per cent.
Here's Andrew the packman in the lane, with such shawls, Martha!
The packman was immediately commanded to halt, and lay his packs upon the ground.
However, private mail still goes by packman or common carrier.
You wad think she never had heard o' Willie Broonclod, the packman, that she sloped when she left doon the country.
His early career was varied, and he was in succession a packman, a soldier in the Edinburgh garrison in 1745, and a school-master.