He would have liked to sit down by tinner Creasy and ask him about his doings—but the policeman had less poetical ideas.
Any tinner can make one in a few minutes, at a trifling cost.
Of this Sir Walter boasts as a great change for the better inasmuch as previously the tinner had received but half that amount.
Have your tinner make you an old-fashioned "tin-kitchen" with sloping sides.
Just above the bottom of the pan on one side he had a tinner cut eight or ten small holes, like a collander.
Again I went to the tinner, and again he made me a leg out of tin.
Mr. —— gave the tinner a glass of wine besides, and asked him how he liked it?
Well, never mind; though, to be sure, I did not expect you were a tinner.
But the tinner happened to come along, and he made me a new head out of tin.
Neither the master nor the shop assistants saw anything to laugh at when the tinner had told his simple story.