Scarcely less are we indebted to the sportsman and hunter—to Markham, Dunlop, and Wilson the “mountaineer.”
Judge Dunlop said, "You will not be able to make one on my name."
I found Mrs. Dunlop this morning, and for an hour heard her version, and was aghast at the violence with which she spoke.
Dunlop , from Australia, asked: "Is a science of caring possible?"
On another occasion Mr. Dunlop met, with characteristic humour, an attempt to play off a trick against him.
"Martha said 'please' to you," mumbled Dunlop, digging his toe in the turf.
His mate would not believe his tale, but at break of day Dunlop again disappeared—this time in company with a friend named Regan.
Dunlop stood in the middle of the room, frowning, with hands thrust in his pockets.
I received the books, and sent the one you mentioned to Mrs. Dunlop.
The following version is abridged from Dunlop's History of Fiction.