Which preposition to use with walkers

on Occurrences 29%

"Arter my pore wife 'ad begged and prayed Henery Walker on 'er bended knees to spare 'er life and go," ses Bob Pretty, "she looked at the mantel-piece and found the money 'ad disappeared.

in Occurrences 24%

"I am strong, well shod, and the fastest walker in our village.

of Occurrences 13%

A few days afterwards, in allusion to the religious service of Elizabeth H. Walker of West Chester, U.S., in a public meeting for worship at Barnsley, he says: I do not really know what is the matter, but I fear I am going backwards from all that is good.

to Occurrences 13%

Hebes, and Floras, and Helens, and Graces are street-walkers to her.

with Occurrences 6%

He could turn from lace-buyer to floor-walker with the quickness of the swing of an electric switch.

for Occurrences 5%

She remembered the words in which she felicitated General Pope Walker for having issued the order to fire on Sumter.

from Occurrences 5%

It is believed that Cook did write to Mr. Walker from Louisburg, but the letter was one of those so unfortunately destroyed.

at Occurrences 3%

I heard many strange anecdotes of Peter Walker at the residence of a retired voyageur, who used to sing him Homerically to his chosen friends.

under Occurrences 2%

It is a little brown volume, "Printed by S. Simmons, and to be sold by S. Thomson at the Bishop's-Head in Duck Lane, by H. Mortlack at the White Hart in Westminster Hall, M. Walker under St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet Street, and R. Boulten at the Turk's Head in Bishopsgate Street, 1668."

as Occurrences 2%

That at Bristol, under Mr. Joseph Harford as chairman, and Mr. Lunell as secretary, had been the first: and that at Manchester, under Mr. Thomas Walker as chairman, and Mr. Samuel Jackson as secretary, had been the second.

over Occurrences 2%

The pitch in the road has been, most of it, laid down by hand, and is slowly working down the slight incline, leaving pools and ruts full of water, often invisible, because covered with a film of brown pitch-dust, and so letting in the unwary walker over his shoes.

of Occurrences 1%

Do you know the Walkers of this place?

above Occurrences 1%

There was about the man the fascination which clothes a tight-rope walker above Niagara; an aeronaut in the midst of the nose dive.

along Occurrences 1%

"George Kettle opened the door wot led into the kitchen, and then 'e sprang back with such a shout that the man with the scythe tried to escape, taking Henery Walker along with 'im. George Kettle tried to speak, but couldn't.

between Occurrences 1%

There was John Mortimer, with Amelia at his right hand, in the place of honour; then there were the two Miss Grants (in fresh muslin dresses), with a certain Captain Walker between them, whose twin brother, as Laura understood, had married their elder sister.

off Occurrences 1%

En one day he up'n tole Mars Walker he got sump'n pertickler fer ter say ter 'im; en he tuk Mars Walker off ter one side, en tole 'im he wuz

than Occurrences 1%

They sank little charges of powder into my legs and then they exploded them, which makes me a slower walker than ever, though I was never very brisk.

through Occurrences 1%

Mental depression Journey with Elizabeth H. Walker through the Midland Counties Yearly Meeting Returns to Friedensthal Humiliation Certificate for the South of France Martha Savory's visit to the Continent Journey to Rotterdam Chapter VI.

about Occurrences 1%

For my part, as it is my established opinion that this globe of ours is no better than a Holland cheese, and the walkers about in it mites, I possess my soul in patience, let what will happenand I should feel tolerably easy, though a great rat came and ate half of it."

Which preposition to use with  walkers