In that of the pedler the artist has introduced some figures in the distance of the original soldier.
He had not yet apparently noticed the pedler's cart, so that this was in our hero's favor.
In this the pedler joined, for his frequent travel on this route had made him familiarly acquainted with many of those present.
"A pedler, Frank," cried Kate, growing scarlet as she spoke.
A pedler called at our house on the eleventh of October, and he said his name was Thomas Leicester.
There is a pedler haunting the sheep-shearing festivals of the neighborhood.
Thomas Brown travelled in England as a pedler, having an ass the partner of his trade.
He's got a rigmarole somethin' about his bein' a Jew pedler that he tells ev'rybody.
The pedler did the honors with no little skill, and Tongs plunged headlong into the debauch.
Did this pedler offer you marriage that night after he left the prisoner?
late 14c. (c.1300 as a surname, Will. Le Pedelare), from peoddere, peddere (c.1200, mid-12c. as a surname), of unknown origin. It has the appearance of an agent noun, but no corresponding verb is attested in Middle English. Perhaps a diminutive of ped "panier, basket," also of unknown origin, but this is attested only from late 14c. Pedlar, preferred spelling in U.K., is attested from late 14c.