Childers, so justly celebrated for his daring vaulting act as the Wild Huntsman of the North American Prairies; in which popular performance, a diminutive boy with an old face, who now accompanied him, assisted as his infant son: being carried upside down over his father's shoulder, by one foot, and held by the crown of his head, heels upwards, in the palm of his father's hand, according to the violent paternal manner in which wild huntsmen may be observed to fondle their offspring.
Childers, after surveying him from head to foot, 'the honour of knowing you, - but if you mean that you can make more money of your time than I can of mine, I should judge from your appearance, that you are about right.'
Childers. (Master Kidderminster was Cupid's mortal name.)
Childers, thrusting his young friend from the room, rather in the prairie manner.
Childers, quickly, 'my opinion is, he will never receive it.
'His joints are turning stiff, and he is getting used up,' said Childers. 'He has his points as a Cackler still, but he can't get a living out of them.'
Childers, superciliously throwing the interpretation over his shoulder, and accompanying it with a shake of his long hair - which all shook at once.
Childers replied pointedly, that he was not at all astonished to hear it.
'Then give it mouth in your own building, will you, if you please?' said Childers. 'Because this isn't a strong building, and too much of you might bring it down!'
Because, up to this time, he seemed to dote upon her,' said Childers, taking a step or two to look into the empty trunk.
He had better have apprenticed her,' said Childers, giving his hair another shake, as he looked up from the empty box.