Mr. Bullitt, though almost a year younger than either William or Johnnie Watson, was of a turbulent and masterful disposition.
William's passion for Mr. Bullitt's voice appeared to be under control.
Peter did watch Bullitt, but more than that he watched the huddled crowd of Harvard players on the sidelines.
It was to be seen that Mr. Bullitt did not relish the sally.
There's one there already, b'longs to your friend, that young Bullitt fella.
He wished the Bullitt and Watson families each had a little girl like this.
However, this may be, the parties separated in perfect harmony, and Captain Bullitt proceeded to the Falls.
But Mr. Bullitt briskly interrupted this appealing reminiscence.
Then Captain Bullitt held up a signal for surrender and the firing ceased.
Adjutant Bullitt had his horse shot from under him, but nothing could induce either of them to leave the field.