A young soldier (it was Charlie Wilkes) came upon Pincher the pawnbroker.
His brother, the pawnbroker, was there and had something to say to the Father.
He had insulted the name of the Father, and Pincher, the pawnbroker, had knocked him down.
I esteem a pawnbroker in the place of an uncle: that is, in loco.
"Yes, they caught him in a pawnbroker's shop," said Mr. Basswood.