The four Whistlers of Once a Week are all here, absurdly renamed.
He even forgot hunger, and the whistlers and gophers were quite safe.
At any rate they stopped and turned around to see who the whistlers could be.
Mrs. Livermore dwelt on the child's beautiful hands, "which belong to so many of the Whistlers."
And then a tidal wave met the ship and swept off the purser, the cabin, and the Whistlers.
He went full of expectations, for as the descendant of the Irish Whistlers he called himself an Irishman.
Duncan Cameron, so clear in favour of the Mormons, was no less loud in condemnation of the Whistlers.
There was a strange sect in Fakarava called the 'Whistlers,' resembling the spiritualists of our country, but greater adepts.
The drawing-room was not painted till the day of Whistlers first dinner-party.
He has often told me gravely of having seen the Seven Whistlers, and the Hounds as here described.