But Lionel, entre nous, is the son of a ruined spendthrift by a linen-draper's daughter.
If a bear were to go into a linen-draper's shop, what would he want?
But bare had we turned the corner for the linen-draper's shops of Fleet Street when M. Radisson's troubles began.
Don't any of ye be a linen-draper, if you have got a chance to be a banker.
He was the son of a linen-draper, who, as factor to the South Sea Company, acquired considerable property.
You may think, perhaps, that it will be for the advantage of the mercer, or the linen-draper?
I was bred a linen-draper, and went into business with better than a thousand pounds.
Yes; and you know, mamma, there was the linen-draper's with the sign A la Pensée.
In that light she was the right woman in the right place—presiding over the shop-women in a linen-draper's shop.
And then I have an account with the linen-draper of I don't know how much!