(polyandria polygynia); whence you hear the sound of jingling spinets and women singing; where little porter pots hang on the railings sunning themselves; whither of evenings you see City clerks padding
wearily: here it was that Mr.
My only becoming occupations is to help young flaunting pagins to brush and comb and titiwate theirselves into whitening and suppulchres, and leave the young men to think that there an't a bit of padding
in it nor no pinching ins nor fillings out nor pomatums nor deceits nor earthly wanities--an't it, miss!
Look alive, Gentleman," I says, "and think out some plan, or we might as well be padding
the hoof now."
"It's an uncommonly dangerous thing to be left without any padding
against the shafts of disease, as somebody said,--and I think it a very good expression myself."