Emmeline intending to go to her own room, went first into the drawing room to deposit her music book.
Emmeline is often too ambitious, the other commented, with visible content.
Emmeline assured him she would observe a strict silence; and he left her to give to Le Limosin a charge of secresy.
She said to herself she would keep on to "Emmeline's" house.
That's where Emmeline Camp lives that was a Jones an' spelt out o' my spellin'-book!
The whim had seized her and was holding on tight that Emmeline's might be the Right Place.
But the advent of Emmeline certainly did involve him in complications of another kind.
It must be Emmeline's house—a little, green-painted one beside the road!
Emmeline Tidditt, for so many years the Knowles housekeeper, made one remark which contained possible food for thought.
But, Emmeline Camp, what are you going to do with her all that time?