In the middle of this chamber, two smiths, with hammers, stood beside an anvil.
The same in most respects as the Smiths, but are even more widely extended.
The Smiths are general as travelers, but are chiefly to be found in the East of England.
He was a pettifogger; their (the Smiths') cat-paw to do their dirty work.
The three Smiths were the prophet's father and two of his brothers.
We did so, and the Smiths were killed a few days after we started.
"And what a world of smiths there must have been first and last," said Miss Lansing.
The smiths had ended before the evening, and the irons were heavier than ever.
The last day the smiths said: "What the devil are these; for they cannot be pounded fine!"
It was so much work saved for the smiths, but the carpenters had much to do.