“An old fellow came up to me once with tears in his eyes and thanked me for building Sun City,” Webb once said.
He considered himself as comparatively old, and he had a feeling of sympathy for the other old fellow who doubtless loved her.
You ought to be ashamed of yourself, an old fellow like you pretending to be so good-looking.
No one else but this old fellow can catch black bream of this size.
Glad to, old fellow, and we'll have a spot of hot tea ready for you in a jiffy.
"It's there, old fellow, if you really know how to get it out," Cousin Frank told his son and heir.
The fact is, old fellow, that such things are not to be found any more.
Well, old fellow, du Tillet and Nucingen are coming to Carabine's to-night, where they will meet a number of political characters.
The old fellow says his ward; but I'd not be surprised if one of these days he should say his wife.
I hope you won't marry some old fellow; not even a rich one.'