Never did I see such an affecting Scene as was the meeting of Edward
Very good of you, Sir Edward," he said, "to put yourself out at this time of night to have a word or two with me.
Coulson," Sir Edward remarked, "I might also suggest that the ordinary mail service between our countries has reached a marvellous degree of perfection.
Coulson," Sir Edward reminded him, glancing at the clock.
I think, Sir Edward," he said, "that in your line of business time counts for little.
Sir Edward motioned his visitor to a chair and touched the bell.
Joe shook his head; but there was something so cheery in the buoyant hopeful manner of this speech, that his spirits rose under its influence, and communicated as it would seem some new impulse even to the grey mare, who, breaking from her sober amble into a gentle trot, emulated the pace of Edward Chester's horse, and appeared to flatter herself that he was doing his very best.
The Maypole lights are brilliant to-night,' said Edward, as they rode along the lane from which, while the intervening trees were bare of leaves, that hostelry was visible.
Some benighted horseman wending towards London, and deterred from going on to-night by the marvellous tales of my friend the highwayman, I suppose,' said Edward.
Edward dismounted, gave his bridle to his companion, and walked with a light step towards the house.
Almost at the same instant a heavy hand was laid upon her arm, Edward felt himself thrust away, and Mr Haredale stood between them.
I am convinced," said Edward, "that you really feel all the delight in a fine prospect which you profess to feel.
Marianne looked with amazement at Edward, with compassion at her sister.
She was sitting by Edward, and in taking his tea from Mrs.
I never saw you wear a ring before, Edward," she cried.