The by-standers called out to the pieman to throw it at him, and the pieman flung it in his face.
Says the pieman to Simple Simon, "Show me first your penny."
On these marine stations (as at pieman's River on the west coast), their huts were constructed with more care.
Take care o' the archvay, gen'l'm'n. "Heads," as the pieman says.
The pieman was dangerously wounded, and was carried to a doctor's shop to get his arm dressed.
My fame as a pieman led to my selling almanacks on the market days at Christmas.
This is the precise season when, as the pieman in "Pickwick" too candidly observed, "fruits is out, and cats is in."
The London pieman, as he takes his walks abroad, makes a practice of “looking in” at all the taverns on his way.
The pieman again seized the monkey who declined it before, but he still scorned to take any.
pieman and ballad-monger did their usual roaring trade amidst the dense throng.