I had still three of the gulden that Luigi gave me, and I went to a house-painter and got work with him.
Mr. Kirby, a most estimable man, was originally a house-painter at Ipswich.
On our way to the station we met a house-painter: he looked rather dubiously at Eric.
Marry Mademoiselle Lourdois, the daughter of the house-painter.
Robert Tressall was a house-painter, a Socialist, and very evidently a sincere if somewhat raw thinker.
Papa Crtu, so I always called him, was a house-painter, and his wife worked at her needle.
The house-painter, simple fellow, could not think what was the matter with him.
He is variously stated to have begun life as a house-painter, or as a solicitor's clerk.
I took a third-class ticket up to London, and on my way fell in with a house-painter, who gave me lodging for a few nights.'
Here he made for a coat that belonged to a house-painter, and in the pockets of this were found the missing notes.