When a boy he ran away from home, and became a chimney sweep.
Chimneys are to be built large enough to admit a chimney sweep.
Word of the impending event went from cabin to cabin, and Mr. Mahony, the chimney sweep, put his head out of his door.
A child of six might be worked for fourteen hours a day in a mine, as a chimney sweep, at a potter's oven, or in a cotton mill.
Before the law the chimney sweep and the peer have exactly the same standing.
I'll go—And suppose your child went out and asked the chimney sweep?
The chimney sweep and the shepherdess looked most piteously at the old mandarin.
It was used by the chimney sweep alone, but Caleb had another use for it now.
The boy was quite as black as any chimney sweep—indeed, as any full-blooded negro.
After he relinquished the army, he became a chimney sweep, in which capacity he was constantly engaged for nearly twenty years.