The raftsman looked pityingly in the haggard face of the speaker—the face which a year ago was so bright and boyish.
It amounted to something being a raftsman on such a craft as that.
Mr Muammad the raftsman was sent to find a place convenient for making a bridge and to collect requisites for making it.
He was elected, not because he was a raftsman, but because the Democrats of that day outnumbered the Whigs.
Even the raftsman, brave and powerful as he was, felt that uneasiness which springs from such a source.
Holding her hand, which was all the caress the presence of strangers would permit, Philip turned to the raftsman.
Flat and generally of sad aspect, the country of the raftsman lies remote and uncommended.
"We'll charter a steam-tug next time," growled the raftsman, looking about him on the various parcels.
New thoughts and aims came into the mind of the raftsman's daughter.
She gave a graphic account of the whole interview to the raftsman as soon as he came in to tea.