If they smash the tables of the law, it is in kid-gloves, and with a delicious odor of Ess bouquet about them.
But the prairies are separated by something longer than mere miles from the land of kid-gloves and visiting tickets.
He believes in his star; and he does not believe in carrying on hostilities with kid-gloves on his hands.
One of the most ingenious of such tricks was that of the trader who was importing French kid-gloves.
Dost thou not envy that smirk young knave with his five lustrums, though it goes hard with him to purchase his kid-gloves?
Ah, well, James Nasmyth once wrote: "Kid-gloves are great non-conductors of knowledge."
I daresay Master George wishes they would; he owes a terrible long bill at Baize's for ties and kid-gloves.'
We discussed the chances of the boats quite scientifically, and laid bets of kid-gloves with each other upon the result.