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Tinker. Tinker was created by Edgar Jepson (Lord Barradine) and appeared in eight stories in The Saturday Evening Post in 1902 and 1903, beginning with “Tinker’s Birthday Bloodhound” (Saturday Evening Post, Sept. 13, 1902).

Hildebrand Anne “Tinker” Beauleigh is the spunky, pert, twelve-year-old son of down-on-his-luck Sir Tancred Beauleigh. Tinker is mischievous but good natured, which leads to various events like the discovery and rescuing of a kidnaped child, and Tinker pretending to be French in order to outrage the French and the English he meets. Tinker is assisted in these exploits by his pet bull terrier Blazer.

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