They found in Dinwiddie a ready listener; he was a stockholder in the company.
Mr. Dinwiddie had been a gentleman, as much as any one I ever knew; he was the first.
The obliging Mr. Glide went forth immediately to make inquiries in Mrs. Dinwiddie's behalf.
This attitude, he admitted, was not confined to Dinwiddie, since it was national.
Thank you, Mrs. Dinwiddie; but being a mod—mod—modest man myself, I'd rather not make my wife proud.
He received Governor Dinwiddie's letter, and retired to translate it.
A delegation of four ministers called on Governor Dinwiddie to urge him to veto the bill.
Dinwiddie resigned his seat with a sigh but looked flushed and happy.
I stopped when we had to sell my horse Bess, and that was before you came back to Dinwiddie.
The door opened and Mr. Dinwiddie entered, limping and leaning on a cane.