"True, Luther H. Pinkham, the Yankee, could prove satisfactorily, that he had given the collector a ticket, and that his lawful name was Luther H. Pinkham. All eyes were now turned to Luther H. Pinkham, the tar; for the passengers had, by this time, quite as much to do with the case as the captain."
"Well, said the tar, I've got into a scrape, and if he has come out, I will. My name is Gooding of S. Berwick, and his name is Luther H. Pinkham of N. Derne. (sic for New Durham) He told me if I would pay for a ticket, and give it to him and give his name to the Captain, he would get me through for half price."