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  • Here Traffic is wooed as though she were a Woman, and Gold is put to bed with Time, and there is much joy over their Bantling, which is christened Interest.

    The Strange Adventures of Captain Dangerous, Vol. 3 of 3 Who was a sailor, a soldier, a merchant, a spy, a slave among the moors...

  • "Bantling," he said with his droll smile, "do you like peppermint bull's-eyes?"

    Explorers of the Dawn

  • He had dancing practice with Mrs. Landry, followed by foils practice with Mr. Bantling, followed by supervised jigsaw-puzzling with Mrs. Canabriss.

    Worldshaker

  • He had dancing practice with Mrs. Landry, followed by foils practice with Mr. Bantling, followed by supervised jigsaw-puzzling with Mrs. Canabriss.

    Worldshaker

  • The humorous view of his situation was generally taken, but it was uttered only by Ralph Touchett, who, in the privacy of his own apartment, when Bantling smoked a cigar there, indulged in goodness knew what strong comedy on the subject of the all-judging one and her British backer.

    The Portrait of a Lady

  • Then Miss Stackpole and Bantling have gone out to a cafe to eat an ice — Miss Stackpole delights in an ice.

    The Portrait of a Lady

  • “Ah, I am afraid Bantling was ashamed of me, ” said Lord Warburton, laughing.

    Chapter XXVII

  • I am afraid, however, that Bantling has not; he may have some surprises.

    Chapter XIX

  • “However, ” he went on, more brightly, “the good Bantling never does, and, whatever happens, he will take care of Henrietta.

    Chapter XVII

  • Mr. Bantling had stood by, without claiming a recognition, but he now took occasion to nod to his lordship, who answered him with a friendly “Oh, you here, Bantling?

    Chapter XXVII

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