Fortunately, the weather had been fine, and the roebuck had been under all sail, with a fair wind.
“It seems to be a melodious language,” said Mr. roebuck, greatly amused.
roebuck looked, almost wildly, toward the foot of the table.
He bought three at roebuck's, in City Road, and took them to his house by taxi.
"Let's go back to the Holland," said I to roebuck, in a weary, bored tone.
"Well, I've found him," went on roebuck, in a triumphant tone.
He was supported by Mr. roebuck, but the motion was negatived, 190 to 89.
I was to meet the man at dinner,—roebuck had engaged a suite at the Auditorium.
The "doctor" was the black cook of the roebuck, who was now descending the companion-way with the morning meal.
He gave a small exhibition of that skill at the expense of roebuck.