Then it is no hoax after all; and I've been sitting down to dinner with a smuggler!'
I am, as you know, a smuggler; and I must send this lace on shore.
The weapon was a long, heavy carbine, which had doubtless belonged to some smuggler.
In his youth he had sailed on a smuggler, running in from Whitehaven with spirits.
Of a smuggler, a large proportion of our people think no wrong.
Say smuggler, Rahal, and you might call him by a truer name.
He told you that I was a smuggler; that the announcement in the paper was mine.
Was n't he a smuggler, or a privateer's-man, or something of the kind?
Ay, and there's another below Beerhaven, and another yonder at the Smuggler's Rock.
Then I met with a smuggler, who asked me if I wanted to buy cigars.