Emmerich was not a common mender of "old soles," but was the shoemaker to the bon-ton of Baltimore.
Oh, bright divinity, why hide those radiant charms in sylvan shades, when charms of fashion and bon-ton beckon you away!
Shelby drifted back to the main street and found the bon-ton Grocery where it had been when he deserted the wagon.
It was bon-ton to languish a good deal, and the dressmakers were required to find a suitable costume for the occupation.
Who entered here, though his brow were tall and his spirit strong, left his bon-ton behind.
Lonely in his selfishness was he left to breathe out the small soul of a man of bon-ton!