A mechanic, a tradesman, or a boatman makes the most solemn promise of service at a certain time.
Nodding to the boatman, "The Steen landing—quickly," he said in French.
The boatman obeys; first pulling the back stroke, then staying his craft against the current.
But, if you will please to see if my boatman is there, I shall be obliged to you.'
Wilt thou that he transport thee, / give all the boatman's due.
I paid six florins in gold to the boatman who took me from Bamberg to Frankfurt.
My boatman put on speed, and, as my boat is fast, it did not take us long to get somewhere near where this big fish broke.
His voice had suddenly become cold, and he signed to his boatman.
Ben was there, and Richard began to question him, for Mr. Presby had intimated that the boatman was with him the night before.
Is the soul related to the body as sight to the eye, or as the boatman to his boat?