Of an excitable nature, she burst into tears, and the barmaid ran in.
The barmaid, who was polishing her spirit measures, looked at him curiously.
The barmaid told her he had gone into the town to post a letter, and asked Dolly to step into the bar-parlour to wait.
"Brandy and soda, please," said May, as she squeezed the barmaid's hand on the sly.
“Show him up,” said the barmaid to a waiter, without deigning another look at the exquisite, in reply to his inquiry.
W—k may stand for Wyck, and S—l for Sal, for that is the barmaid's name.
And what d'you think your friends will say to your marrying—a barmaid?
He soon left his wife, and was abroad (with a barmaid) when his father died in 1773.
My father had helped him again and again, until his marriage with a barmaid.
"There'll be dancing here this evening," the barmaid informed him.