1853, when peddling
was more common in the Western country than it is now, and was attended with considerable danger.
But to-night he went out a peddling, you see, and I don't see what on airth keeps him so late, unless, may be, he can't sell his head.
Do you pretend to say, landlord, that this harpooneer is actually engaged this blessed Saturday night, or rather Sunday morning, in peddling his head around this town?
Daisy, who was fond of going about peddling
kisses, lost her best customer and became bankrupt.
What can you expect with these peddling
Well, just like the little Mexican, he seems to spend his time peddling
And he asked in an injured tone what had become of all those old square-topped chaises, with wings sticking out on either side, that used to be drawn by a plough-horse, and driven by a farmer's wife and daughter, peddling
whortle-berries and blackberries about the town.
With that strong body of his he should be at work, and not peddling
,"* I answered curtly.
Well had it been if the same quick sense of propriety had attended him in the peddling
propensity to which I have formerly alluded - but this was by no means the case.
You with your little peddling
no- tions--you are interfering with me.
Rangers spokesperson said that the suspects arrested were involved in various cases of target killings, extortion and drugs peddling
The spokesperson said that the suspects were involved in various cases of targeted killings, extortion and drug peddling