kiddle, kid′l, n. a stake-fence set in a stream for catching fish.
Led by Oldershaw, kiddle and Brady with the others were upon them, and they too were cut down.
He and kiddle having placed the muskets against a tree, were considering the best way of mounting.
kiddle and Brady, as I cast my eye on them, were evidently preparing to show fight.
“We shall not find it so pleasant, either, living on that sandy-looking island ahead there,” observed kiddle.
Indeed several of the crew were sleeping on deck—kiddle and Brady among them.
“It will not do, lads, to stop here to starve,” observed kiddle.
“She is telling her what sort of gentry we are, and depend upon it she will be after us directly,” said kiddle.
I asked kiddle, who accompanied me on board, what he thought of the weather.
By this time the overseer had spoken to kiddle, and finally we were all conducted up to the chief.