After the same manner may you make two or three egges by a little practice to wamble one after another.
No wonder, Master Ephraim, thy entrails are moved and wamble.
One of the two slaves coming from the Westbrook family was Rev. wamble's grandfather.
For instance, the Wimble lived next door to the wamble, and each one had printed in the window a very curious legend.
The Westbrook family gave the newly-weds two slaves, as did the wamble family.
Here's a fine blade, now, and a musket—give me a harquebus; I could shoot once, but my arm is all of a wamble now.
Rev. wamble was twenty-seven years of age before he saw and read his first newspaper.
One of the Westbrook daughters married a Mr. wamble, a wagon-maker.
The Reverend's grandfather was manager of the farm and the three wamble boys worked under him the same as the slaves.
It seems that the slaves took the name of their master, hence Rev. wamble's grandfather was named wamble.