Barney Barnato he was renamed that first day in the arena, when, also, he received the surprise of his life.
And Barney entered into the hell of education that later won his purchaser more time than he could deliver over the best vaudeville circuits in Canada and the United States.
In the end he bought Barney, without haggling, at Collins's own terms and engaged Sammy and the other two tumblers as well.
"Whin I was about three-quarters av a mile off the rest-camp, powtherin' along fit to burrst, I heard the noise av the men, an', on my sowl, Sorr, I cud catch the voice av Peg Barney bellowin' like a bison wid the belly-ache.
The nearer my throlly came to the rest-camp, the woilder was the shine, an' the louder was the voice of Peg Barney. "Tis good I am here,' thinks I to mysilf,
This establishment was under the care of two slaves--old Barney
and young Barney--father and son.
'Is anybody here, Barney?' inquired Fagin; speaking, now that that Sikes was looking on, without raising his eyes from the ground.
'Dot a shoul,' replied Barney; whose words: whether they came from the heart or not: made their way through the nose.
I must have looked in the glass to array myself as I did; but the mind's eye was the seeing eye, and it was filled with this frightful vision of the notorious pugilist known to fame and infamy as Barney Maguire.
Within the last twenty-four hours Barney Maguire had fought his first great battle on British soil.
The young man whose name was Barney
lookedat her very sadly.
"I belong to Bailum & Barney
's Great Consolidated Shows--three rings in one tent and a menagerie on the side.