Richard Mellon Scaife—paymaster of the ‘vast right-wing conspiracy’—died July 4.
Bodley evidently was, if not the instigator, at any rate the paymaster for this second journey.
He has only to go to the paymaster and draw pretty much all he pleases.
Then, there is the Commissary of the Crociati,—he is quite ready to become his own paymaster.
We are no longer his soldiers, since we have ceased to follow him; and he, on his side, is no longer our paymaster.
McDougall, our paymaster, has just married, and he only gives thirty shillings.
He will be paymaster, and you will conform to his wishes strictly as regards expense.
The paymaster had foreseen them, and before drawing a dollar from the banks he went to General Jackson for his advice.
"I'll train him—I'll train him to hate your very name," said the paymaster with an oath.
Old Hayes, the paymaster, is always tipsy; Jones is five-and-forty—but egad!