And he's got a record for beating up waiters and cabbies about New York.
I am adamant, however, where cabbies and chauffeurs are concerned.
It would not do if there were, because, like the London cabbies, we never have any change!
Benny was one of the cabbies that I'd done favors for in the past.
He questioned the matron, ticket-men, cabbies, policemen—everybody.
Imagine asking London cabbies the question, "Do you speak English?"
Cabbies yelled for fares, and everyone seemed bent on making as much noise and causing as much inconvenience as possible.
George R. Sims, in consenting to drive a hansom, fears there may be cabbies of the same name.
He has led me a pretty dance up and down London to-night, and two cabbies have made quite a stroke of business out of us.
For the cabbies had struck, some weeks since, against sixpence a mile instead of eightpence.