They were a very old family with whom Snecky Hobart, the bellman, lodged.
To the last-mentioned part of his equipment, he owed the title of "Bellman."
I have just time to send this, without giving to the bellman.
The beadle of to-day is in most respects changed, for the worse, from the bellman of old.
This band was headed by the noble Bellman who was much respected by the others.
In the art of Bellman this tendency has found its highest exponent.
Whenever anything was to be done the bellman was sent round.
"Whatever it means you must obey the order," said the bellman.
There he came upon the stone-breaker and the bellman strolling from grave to grave.
The Tories had sent the bellman round the town to announce this fact.