Colonel Welchman is about again; too soon, I fear, but there is no keeping the brave old man quiet.
A Welchman coming to London to pursue a suit at law, chanced to steal a sow, for which he was taken and burnt in the hand.
The hand and seal are just the same with the Welchman's that I intercepted a while ago.
Our captain, who was a Welchman, swore that they were pirates, and would kill us.
No Englishman could be convicted of any crime against a Welchman, but by an English judge and jury.
The Welchman was the only one that was sober, but the boys said there was not enough liquor in the South to get him drunk.
A Welchman, who was a staunch Republican, offered Crockett a fine rooster if he would agree to vote that ticket.
I beg to accompany Colonel Welchman's letter with a testimony of my own to the high character of the officer in question.
Colonel Welchman suffers severely from his wound, but bears it bravely, as does Peter Brown.