Your bantling is grown-up: you can keep her no longer beneath your wing.
Poor Mr. Bantling, however, was still in this inferior stage.
"I'll get you a hansom if you'll trust me," Mr. Bantling went on.
I'm afraid, however, that Bantling hasn't; he may have some surprises.
With Lady Pensil, the sister of Mr. Bantling, who has answered for an invitation.
Well, if you aren't armed—every man-jack of you—even to the bantling!
He had got something from Don Jaime's books, this mountaineer's bantling!
For mark at the moment when you launched your bantling into the world.
"The bantling is of too good quality to leave," he said good-naturedly.
Miss Stackpole had remained behind; she was planning a little trip to Naples, to be carried out with Mr. Bantling's aid.