from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A peddler; a hawker.
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He doesn't have the judgment necessary to figure out his preacher is a hate pedder, primarily to adorn his own ego and for financial gain.
“ 'Why, by the mercy of Heaven, and the waders of Aix-la-Chapelle, andt the addentions of mine togders andt physicians, and oggulists, of lade years, under Providence, I am surbrizingly pedder ” thank you kindly, Misder Custos.
And I'm dired of shmoking dings vat is no pedder as a ghost! "
_) And dink he'd grown too vanziful, and pedder go to bed.
"We think much of knights and soldiers," said he; "but the pedder-coffe who travels the land has need of more courage than them all.