The man seated next to Bill was of a very different type: he was a Methodist brickmaker
who, after spending thirty years of his life in perfect satisfaction with his ignorance, had lately "got religion," and along with it the desire to read the Bible.
If you would like to see how I go through my work, I am now about--with my young family--to visit a brickmaker in the neighbourhood (a very bad character) and shall be glad to take you with me.
Taking one of her young family in each hand, and telling the others to follow closely, and expressing her hope that the brickmaker and all his house would be improved when she saw them next, she then proceeded to another cottage.
And you are the brickmaker
of the Central Sta- tion.
Wherever one of our brickmakers
has gone in the South, we find that he has something to contribute to the well-being of the community into which he has gone; something that has made the community feel that, in a degree, it is indebted to him, and perhaps, to a certain extent, dependent upon him.
Attracted by the high pay and considerable bounties offered by the Gun Club, he had enlisted a choice legion of stokers, iron-founders, lime-burners, miners, brickmakers
, and artisans of every trade, without distinction of color.
The officer had not believed anything suspicious to be going on but further inquiries established that Cullen was an employee of Mr Bibby's, having worked for him as a brickmaker
com)-- As the UK's largest brickmaker
, with a product range in excess of 400 bricks, Ibstock (http://www.
Ibstock, a major UK brickmaker
, says it is closing factories in Merseyside and Kent.
The UK's fourth largest brickmaker
yesterday blamed gas prices and the weakest brick market in 50 years for a profits fall.
CRH, who own Ibstock, Britain's biggest brickmaker
, also completed 34 takeovers worth pounds 997million.
Hanson is close to ending a damaging series of legal claims brought by the victims of asbestos-related illnesses.