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  • He beckoned to the scarred man and waved to Glazier Estabrook.†   (source)
  • Glazier's got the six hardheads in tow.†   (source)
  • Glazier said slowly, around the wet plug, "Now I wouldn't complain normal, Colonel, only if there's goin' to be a fight I got to keep an eye on my cousin.†   (source)
  • At his elbow: Glazier Estabrook.†   (source)
  • To a glazier, for the windows of the said chamber, forty-six sols, eight deniers parisis.†   (source)
  • —the girl, you know—hasn't she been to fetch the glazier yet?†   (source)
  • "But he won't keep his money, by what I can make out," said the glazier.†   (source)
  • He hain't got his second wind yet," said the master glazier.†   (source)
  • Of course, every one who heard the question, not having any distinct image of the pedlar as without ear-rings, immediately had an image of him with ear-rings, larger or smaller, as the case might be; and the image was presently taken for a vivid recollection, so that the glazier's wife, a well-intentioned woman, not given to lying, and whose house was among the cleanest in the village, was ready to declare, as sure as ever she meant to take the sacrament the very next Christmas that was ever coming, that she had seen big ear-rings, in the shape of the young moon, in the pedlar's two ears; while Jinny Oates, the cobbler'†   (source)
  • "In judging of that tempestuous wind called Euroclydon," says an old writer—of whose works I possess the only copy extant—"it maketh a marvellous difference, whether thou lookest out at it from a glass window where the frost is all on the outside, or whether thou observest it from that sashless window, where the frost is on both sides, and of which the wight Death is the only glazier."†   (source)
  • Not the blacksmith who opened the lock; nor the glazier who mended the pane; nor the jobber who let the carriage; nor the groom who drove it; nor the butcher who provided the leg of mutton; nor the coals which roasted it; nor the cook who basted it; nor the servants who ate it: and this I am given to understand is not unfrequently the way in which people live elegantly on nothing a year.†   (source)
  • "Danged if our country down here is worth singing about like that!" continued the glazier, as the Scotchman again melodized with a dying fall, "My ain countree!"†   (source)
  • "Ay, ay, he's a 'complice you can't send out o' the country," said Mr. Crabbe, the glazier, who gathered much news and groped among it dimly.†   (source)
  • Let's have it again, stranger," said the glazier, a stout, bucket-headed man, with a white apron rolled up round his waist.†   (source)
  • "If they come to lawing, and it's all true as folks say, there's more to be looked to nor money," said the glazier.†   (source)
  • Inside these illuminated holes, at a distance of about three inches, were ranged at this hour, as every passer knew, the ruddy polls of Billy Wills the glazier, Smart the shoemaker, Buzzford the general dealer, and others of a secondary set of worthies, of a grade somewhat below that of the diners at the King's Arms, each with his yard of clay.†   (source)
  • To lessen the rent, which was then but twenty-four pounds a year, tho' I have since known it to let for seventy, we took in Thomas Godfrey, a glazier, and his family, who were to pay a considerable part of it to us, and we to board with them.†   (source)
  • I had hitherto continu'd to board with Godfrey, who lived in part of my house with his wife and children, and had one side of the shop for his glazier's business, tho' he worked little, being always absorbed in his mathematics.†   (source)
  • under the kettle,
    The cotton-bale, the stevedore's hook, the saw and buck of the
    sawyer, the mould of the moulder, the working-knife of the
    butcher, the ice-saw, and all the work with ice,
    The work and tools of the rigger, grappler, sail-maker, block-maker,
    Goods of gutta-percha, papier-mache, colors, brushes, brush-making,
    glazier's implements,
    The veneer and glue-pot, the confectioner's ornaments, the decanter
    and glasses, the shears and flat-iron,
    The awl and knee-strap, the pint measure and quart measure, the
    counter and stool, the writing-pen of quill or metal, the making
    of all sorts of edged tools,
    The brewery, brewing, the malt, the vats, every thing tha†   (source)
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