First, he counted the sausages, and said that they were two short, and he found the missing two up the pantaloon's sleeve.
"That is the delusion proper to Pierrot," said pantaloon, contemptuously.
How often have we wished that the pantaloon were our god-father!
"That is a very original and profound discovery," said pantaloon, quite seriously.
A comical creature, surely, this Chinaman, the pantaloon of civilization.
A comrade slit down the leg of the pantaloon with a knife, when lo!
Pierrot was left alone with pantaloon, who was asleep, for he was old and clowning fatigued him.
On a night of carnival how greedily the crowd assumes the pantaloon!
The stage fight was full of pantomimic force; the leading soldier would make his fortune as a London pantaloon.
Can we doubt that this pantaloon had come from the Italian theatre, after what we have already said?