"You'll go in and say good-by to Miss Pinkerton, Becky!" said Miss Jemima to a young
lady of whom nobody took any notice, and who was coming downstairs with her own bandbox.
Though too humble before the ruler of his heart to be sanguine, Young
John had considered the object of his attachment in all its lights and shades.
"But do look at his mouth, grandpapa, and ask the price; I am sure he would grow young
in our meadows."
'"Will you never love any one but me--never marry any one beside?" said the young
I looked all round for the horrible young
man, and could see no signs of him.
"Ah!" -- And this monosyllable indicated as much anger as the young
man might have expected gratitude.
"His own house-boys did it," Young
went on; "but they were put up to it by the Marovo natives.
Dunster said nothing, only his keen, clear eyes seemed all the time to be questioning this gloomy-looking but apparently harmless young
sailor gave a look to see that his orders were promptly and accurately obeyed, and then turned again to the owner.
girls were animating the scene by the variety of their expressions, their attitudes, and the differences in their toilets.
Mordaunt," said Mazarin, hoping by a display of affected pity to catch the young
man in a snare, "how extremely your history interests me!
He probably corresponds to the young
lady's idea of a count.
The errors of young
men, are the ruin of business; but the errors of aged men, amount but to this, that more might have been done, or sooner.
He glanced at his cousin and the young
lady visitor; and they were both regarding him with a smile of approbation.
The reader will be pleased to recollect, that a secret affection for Mr Jones had insensibly stolen into the bosom of this young